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Actually, having listened to the ftm itself, the snare could be a bit louder, but the bigger problem is the volume of the squares/noise. If you reduce their volume, the DPCM/triangle will sound louder. A lot of Konami games didn't go over volume 4 or so for their melodies and just used higher volume...
Save .dmc files to some location, get RJDMC , load them into that, increase volume, if necessary tilt the end of the wave up to the top so it won't mess too much with triangle wave stuff, then save and re-import. This assumes your samples are just quiet but otherwise are a good match to be louder as...
- Thu Jul 09, 2015 4:10 pm
- Forum: General Talk
- Topic: Issues with converting wavs to dpcm
- Replies: 3
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This sounded so different because the right and left channels were inverted, canceling each other out. I flipped the left channel and it should work now. This happens because any DPCM conversion program will average both channels before converting (convert stereo to mono).
- Fri Jun 26, 2015 9:59 am
- Forum: Cover Music
- Topic: [VRC6] Music to Watch Girls By
- Replies: 4
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This is based on the Andy Williams version. The original one was used in a Pepsi commercial, but the most popular origin point is the Bob Crewe Generation version, which the Andy Williams one is based off. The only reason I know this song exists is an old Glomag gameboy cover of it called MTWGB.mp3 ...
RJDMC 1.4 - - You can now associate DMC files with RJDMC for double-clicking - Fixed issues with window order when double clicking files - Added new program icon - Added .dmc file icon - Got rid of adding proper 16+1 byte lengths at end of files - RJDMC no longer crashes if you open a file that's al...
Original by Ritornell. I first heard the original NSF in 2003 before I started writing NSFs myself. It was one of my favorites back then and I still like it now. Decided to pick this older FTM back up and finish it out. Added some new melodies and random flourishes. edit: This was made with the beta.