#4 VDMS wish-list.

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2002-03-09
2001-06-19
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1) Could you add a bass and treble adjustments into
emulator wich could be controlled through for example
VDMS .ini file?
2) I wonder if there is a GUI for a fine tuning your
engine after installation...

Thank you for your efforts. VDMS is my only hope to
run my DOS apps under Win2k.

/Mikhail Vorobiev

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    1) Bass and treble can be added easily via DirectSound, but
    unfortunately this is not available in DirectX 3 (therefore
    will not work on NT4). Can be added, though, but it's low
    priority since it would not work for all people (e.g. NT4)
    and I do not know the impact it would have on perfomance
    (sound output latency).
    2) GUI: yes, there is a GUI in development, but I'm not the
    one in charge of it now. However, I want this GUI very
    much, and will try to push for it to be ready ASAP
    (hopefully, along with the next VDMS version in a few
    weeks).

    Vlad.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    i would like to see the ability to apply vdmSound through
    shortcuts added.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Is GUS emulation in this packages future? I have a boatload of old demos made with the GUS in mind (it really was a better board than the SB), and would love to be able to view them in their full glory.

    -Thanks,
    M. Wright

     
  • Vlad ROMASCANU

    Vlad ROMASCANU - 2001-09-21

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    See http://listen.to/gusemu/ for GUS emulation.

     
  • Vlad ROMASCANU

    Vlad ROMASCANU - 2002-03-09

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    1) Bass/treble adjustment will not be added (don't have
    time)
    2) GUI: VDMSound LaucnhPad is in beta-testing.

     
  • Vlad ROMASCANU

    Vlad ROMASCANU - 2002-03-09
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    • status: open --> closed
     

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