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CarnyPriest

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  1. 13 downloads

    corv_px3.zip
  2. Gotcha. This is for one of the MrTantrum mixes. Thought we were talking about original mixes. The addresses in the folder names are not encrypted so I don't know why it would not work the same as the old soundmode 1 in the first place. But I haven't put it to the test. I looked at my collection of mixes from pinsound-community and looks like ones from the past several months have encrypted folder names. But there are a handful that slipped through with unencrypted folder names.
  3. Pretty sure the whole point of encrypting the folder names was to protect Wms/Bally IP. I’m thinking it is not trivial to map to the old address-based folder structure. If your friends are on Facebook, maybe someone in one of those VP groups can hook you up with the old version from prior to PinSound’s license with the Wms/Bally holders. I’ve heard someone on Facebook was maintaining a repo with the old mixes. Don’t ask me. I’m not on Facebook. IMO, for original sounds you are better off just using PinSound Studio/soundmode 2 and using the mixes available at the main PinSound site. I believe as official licensees, The PinSound mixes are straight from the Wms/Bally vault or at least from the DAT masters and are as good in quality as you are going to get. I haven’t put it to the test. I still mostly use good ol’ vPinMAME emulated sound, and there have been recent improvements in sound recently. The community mixes I think use the encrypted folder names so require soundmode 2. i do appreciate work done to turn soundmode 1 into a more robust open source option for new orchestration/remix projects that are not dependent on PinSound Studio, but I haven’t seen or heard any projects that are taking advantage of it yet.
  4. Version pharo_l2b.zip

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    pharo_l2b.zip
  5. Can't reproduce. Works for me. Patched with using bspatch patched file must be named mtl164hc.bin. File size must be 100663280 bytes. File must be zipped into a zip archive named mtl_164hc.zip. The table's game settings needs to have Ignore ROM CRC errors enabled. If you have trouble with colorization then post a request for support somewhere in the Pin2DMD forum. Someone will help you out with the correct hardware/software to use. Good luck.
  6. official rev r4789 SAMBuild_r4789.zip
  7. CarnyPriest

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    40 downloads

    mmmaster.zip
  8. official rev r4786 updated/added some competition/tournament rom hacks for Rollergames, Mousin' Around, TOM, and CFTBL SAMBuild_r4786.zip
  9. 111 downloads

    poto_a31.zip
  10. 44 downloads

    rollr_l2c.zip
  11. official rev r4777 Lots of collaborative work on improving sound: Added MC3417 chip for Bally Vocalizer games Improved HC55516 CVSD sound emulation (Gorgar up to Twilight Zone, etc) Improved YM2151 sound/timing emulation (mainly WPC pre-DCS machines, maybe improves even other manufacturers) Give TAF a try! Thanks to @mjr, @DJRobX. volkenborn, and @toxie Initial efforts to start converting the PinMAME source base over to the 3-Clause BSD License SAMBuild Add slot for colored DMD patched game code - MTL LE 1.64 SAMBuild_r4777.zip
  12. The version 3.1 installer at vpinball is a bit out of date. The latest P-ROC installer fixes the R6034 runtime error dialog and the Install CCC.bat picks up the latest available sound assets. If you are happy with your P-ROC environment then there is no need to re-install P-ROC, Python, pygame, etc. But running Install CCC.bat will get the game code with FastFlips support, updated sound assets, etc. You'll probably want those.
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