Author Topic: Roland MT-32 problems with BB 1.1  (Read 7890 times)

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Re: Roland MT-32 problems with BB 1.1
« Reply #45 on: March 30, 2021, 09:48:32 AM »
I just refered to @Cas "Vanilla DOSBox can't turn MIDI data into sound" - what seems to be not 100% correct - because i heard sound (without a real midi-device, mt32 or Munt installed)

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Re: Roland MT-32 problems with BB 1.1
« Reply #46 on: March 30, 2021, 10:52:18 PM »
Uhm... It's been long since I tried to use that. I do remember that it could redirected. Maybe, if you're using Windows, you do get sound because you already have a MIDI mapper coming with your OS that's receiving the MIDI output from DOS. I'm not sure. I should go back to testing that.
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Re: Roland MT-32 problems with BB 1.1
« Reply #47 on: Today at 09:05:28 AM »
A different MT-32 issue: under my default setup of vanilla DOSBox + external Munt, MT-32 sound in the 1990 4D version stops working very often (for instance, upon entering the evaluation screen). The MT15.DRV replacement trick is of no use in this case, as 1990 4D and 1990 Stunts use the same MT15.DRV, as llm had pointed out several messages ago.

did you tried latest dosbox-staging or post an issue - even if its possible a game bug - the developer kcgen is always very interested in sound problems/latency/hickups stuff in games, he integrated the very latest munt 2.5 a few weeks ago into dosbox-staging