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by Mouser X at 8:35 AM EDT on August 2, 2005
Uh, okay. Hello, UNKOWNFILE. On a positive note, other than the all caps, you got my name right. Most people type it as either mouser_x, or Mouser_X, when in fact there's supposed to be a space, and no "_" but since I usually can't have a " " when getting a user name, I use the next best thing.

Anyway, goodluck with your endevours. Perhaps you can find someone to make a player (winamp plugin) for the MSFs? Mouser X over and out.
by unknownfile at 11:58 AM EDT on August 2, 2005
Yeah, I've posted a request at MSF Central. Anyways, I'm off to rip a few more games now. And tacos. ;p
by unknownfile at 1:29 PM EDT on August 2, 2005
MSF Central has been UPDATED again today!
I am still waiting for your rips!

Puzzle de Pon M1 rip has been FIXED, because the ZIP start position was incorrect.

Wardner no Mori M1 rip has been POSTED for the first time!

What's next?

Maybe FANTASY ZONE!

I am now taking requests, so you may post 'em here.
Heh by R. Belmont at 7:23 AM EDT on August 3, 2005
I'll support MSFs in the next AO of course, not that that helps you "everything must fit in Winamp" junkies ;-)

And I can add a "play from memory" entry point to the next M1 as well.
YAAAAAAAAAAY by unknownfile at 12:10 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
:-)

R. Belmont has just made my day.

Anyways, I hope that you can release the MSF player sourcecode thang, so that people can port it over to different media players (such as XMMS, Foobar2k, and Winamp).

And now, I must use Neill's SFA2 rip notes to manually rip Street Fighter Alpha 2.

Have a good yam key and a crusty eye.

--UNKNOWNFILE
by unknownfile at 12:24 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
FEH

Downloads are taking too long

I will instead do some m1 rips.

Have a nice day
by Mouser X at 7:28 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
Yes, I must concur with UNKNOWNFILE. Making the source available to the MSF player would brighten my day as well. However, since I'm no coder, that doesn't help me directly, though it does make it much more likely that a Winamp plugin will follow.

As for MSF or M1 sets, or whatever, I really know next to nothing about it, other than that it's audio from arcade games. As there's lots of arcade games out there, I assume that there's lots of good music as well. As such, I look forward to the success of the MSF format, so long as it gets support for Winamp soon. As for M1 files, I think I tried to listen/download the stuff for it, but I didn't get anywhere with the efforts. Oh well. Either A) I have patience to wait for Winamp support, or B) I'm missing out on all the M1 audio available. Oh well.

Anyway, goodluck with that, and hope to see progress soon. Mouser X over and out.
by ninninetynine at 7:44 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
To use M1 you just use the BridgeM1 frontend, and point it towards your MAME ROM folder and then select what game you want to listen to.
by R. Belmont at 7:47 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
Actually, thanks to you, I finally understand how to handle M1 in a Winamp context. You'd create little files that are .MSF or whatever which simply contain a set name and a command number. The plugin would have a one-time configuration where you'd point it to suitable ROMs and .LSTs for M1, and voila. Any song in the 1000+ games M1 supports can be part of a Winamp playlist. Rips would be dead easy to create, and as new versions of M1 came out so could new rips.

As a bonus you wouldn't need multiple copies of the ROM data around like you do for e.g. QSF and stuff.

And fear not about XMMS/BMP - I don't do things that aren't cross-platform.

by Mouser X at 7:48 PM EDT on August 3, 2005
You said you're taking requests? Well, I request the soundtrack to any game that includes Megaman, wether as a main character, playalble character, or even a very breif cameo. Also, any games that inlcude any characters from MM games (Roll, Tron, Rock (Megaman), ect.). Those are the sets I want. The rest are complete unknowns to me. As such, I'll wait until I can actually listen to the sets (preferably in Winamp, though AO is better than nothing (and in fact, looking at the supported files, it's actually really good)) before I start requesting anything.

As for AO's file support, that's a lot of formats. Does Winamp support all those files (as a 3rd party plugin, of course)? If yes, anyone have any idea where I can find the players, and files to listen to to try them out?

Again, thanks in advance. And this time, I really am leaving. Mouser X over and out.

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