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by Lunar at 11:48 AM EDT on April 9, 2009
i know a guy with an MT-32, and another guy with an SC-55. myself, i've got an MU100 \o/
by nensondubois at 6:58 PM EDT on April 13, 2009
Yesterday I learned how to set up a proxy server.

Fuck Ebay.
by SmartOne at 7:27 PM EDT on April 13, 2009
Distant Worlds
music from
FINAL FANTASY

http://www.ffdistantworlds.com/index.php?option=com_eventlist&view=details&id=1:Minneapolis&Itemid=62

I was there, but I didn't have enough cash on me for the $30 program that looked awesome! :(
The sound guy made the concert too loud (distortion,) unfortunately.
I also attended the Play! Symphony at its opening concert in Chicago back in 2005. Great experiences. I've seen Nobuo Uematsu in person twice, Yasunori Mitsuda, Yuzo Koshiro, etc.


Yesterday was spent trying to figure out why my computer randomly crashed and is prompting for a new BIOS flash. The Windows installation won't boot and reports something corrupted in the SYSTEM folder, which suggests Windows corrupted itself AGAIN. Why does this happen?
by Elven Spellmaker at 8:23 PM EDT on April 13, 2009
Because programs fuck around with windows files they shouldn't do...

Technically programs should not install themselves near Windows... But they insist on doing so.

That or you have your P.C. too near an unshielded (basically all of 'em) subwoofer, and its erasing parts of your drive due to powerful magnetism.

Or it could be somthing totally random...
by mudlord at 11:06 PM EDT on April 13, 2009
Guess I better also explain what I have been stuffing around with:

* Reverse engineering (researching attacks on targets with MD5/SHA1 based hashes are phun!)
* My GME Winamp plugin (SmartOne, did a rewrite for the audio buffer code. Tested up to a buffer length of 8000ms with no issues. Is that enough? XD). Considering doing a proper file dialog this time and that DSP voice toggle like what Lunar wants. Still, not even thinking about RSN or subclassing.
* Pondering what sort of emu to do next.
* in_gsf & foo_gsf (duh!)
by SmartOne at 11:30 PM EDT on April 13, 2009
Elven, I highly doubt magnetism surgically corrupted a file in the SYSTEM folder. My decently sized Klipsch subwoofer does sit about five feet from my computer.

Probably something totally random, but totally random issues happen to me all the time. Doesn't help that I have to mess with stupid OEM-ed BIOS files.

Mudlord, great! "Proper file dialog" = track names for SPCs? :D Did you enable the more accurate DSP that I think you had mentioned?

Is there any menial labor that I could perform on in_gsf? :P Haven't really had time to look at it. (As if I would know what to do.)

edited 11:38 PM EDT April 13, 2009
by mudlord at 1:16 AM EDT on April 14, 2009
@SmartOne

Yes. I am using the more accurate DSP, which passes all of blargg's 200 validation SPC test ROMs, and is still 100% cycle exact. Using MSVC9 also.

and I thought track names were working already. Just a better dialog would be nice. Disch's plugin has a really nice GUI design I rather like. Might see about doing something similar for multitrack files (GBS/HES/NSF/whatever).
by SmartOne at 1:55 PM EDT on April 14, 2009
I was talking about the "snes_spc player 0.1"
in_spc.dll

Sounds like you're modifying your multiformat GME player, then. Cool.
by mudlord at 9:16 PM EDT on April 14, 2009
Yes. my multiformat GME player now uses the exact SPC emulation code as from that DLL. So you don't need that anymore.

So the quality is exactly the same. And it allows for easy tag reading rather than relying on custom code which is bound to cause trouble.

edited 9:17 PM EDT April 14, 2009

edited 9:17 PM EDT April 14, 2009
by Mouser X at 1:30 AM EDT on April 19, 2009
[RANT] Fun and happiness! The hard drive (on this PC, which isn't mine) which all the programs were installed on died! I'm currently using some version of Mozilla (not Firefox) because, other than IE, it was the only browser that still worked (if there's spelling errors, it's because Mozilla doesn't have auto-spell check). Winamp (not my installation, but it did have a few of my more used plugins), Firefox, video stuff, games, it's all gone!

The really annoying part is that I lost all my tab history I had in Firefox. :( Also annooying is clicking on a xSF file, and having nothing happen... "Huh? Why isn't Winamp opening? ... Oh yah... :( " So, not only is my PC offline (and has been since August last year. :( ), but now this one seems to be dieing as well. Lucky me.[/RANT]

So I've been busy with homework. And will be until very late next week (Saturday), or the week after (I have finals still). Anyone doing anything fun lately (well, excluding getting XMA working, which I'm sure is "fun." But there's already a thread for that)? I won't (read: shouldn't) be. Mouser X over and out.

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