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PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:31 pm 
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This is really neat! Reminds me of Johnny 5, heh (before he became sentient).

(in response to synthesis using square waves...) I wonder if it'd be possible by updating the APU faster than once per frame and using a technique something like this: https://youtu.be/muCPjK4nGY4 maybe not since you might have to use many more channels to get the desired effect...but then, you can modify the timbre somewhat, and the noise channel could help with consonant sounds perhaps. Not that I'd ever try this myself, it sounds quite daunting indeed, and probably a lot of precalculation outside of the NES itself would be required.


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I made a new version...
-edited each WAV file, louder, EQed, slightly increased the pitch, edited some for length
-resampled every one to DMC rate 'D' (I was able to cram them all into an NROM space)

Is this a bit more understandable?

http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/58d3 ... lkNES4.zip

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:37 am 
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GradualGames wrote:
https://youtu.be/muCPjK4nGY4

Wouldn't that be like voice synthesis using CSM on some Yamaha synth chips? I know of a couple of NSFs that use sines on the Namco163 and a few files on the sharp X1 that accomplish this but they're all anime openings and terrible memes. It's a very impressive concept that few companies ever put into practice, with the only one I can think of being Game Arts using it in Silpheed for the PC-88.


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