(Topic ID: 47467)

Lethal Weapon 3 Sound ROM Update


By Crash

6 years ago



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  • Latest reply 44 days ago by jimgravina
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#51 3 years ago

I'm finished but need to fix the beeping issue with two callouts. If anyone knows a thing or two about BSMT2000 send me a PM. I'm putting this on hold for the moment.

#52 3 years ago

Crash,

Thanks for continuing too work on this. It's great that something new can be made for data east using existing hardware.

#53 3 years ago

Let me know how to set it up and I can try it on my machine to verify

#54 3 years ago

Tested on real hardware and an emulator, both results are the same.

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#55 3 years ago

Excellent work Crash!

Who here can burn me a set?

Thanks

#56 3 years ago

Like I said, I put it on hold due to issues with a couple of callouts. I have tried to figure it out but have been unsuccessful. I am afraid it could potentially cause annoying problems with the sound. At the moment the two callouts play a high pitched tone for a couple of seconds when the speech is finished playing. If you're cool with that, I will build the patches and upload them. I just can't guarantee stability.

If someone on Pinside knows how PCM sound bites are handled for BSMT2000, please send me a PM so I can fix these issues!

2 years later
#57 1 year ago

could you please share the BTTF patch for audio ?

#58 1 year ago
Quoted from Crash:

If someone on Pinside knows how PCM sound bites are handled for BSMT2000, please send me a PM so I can fix these issues!

Maybe daudioguy can chime in? If anyone knows the board set intimately, it would be him.

#59 1 year ago

Would anybody be willing to burn this rom for me?

#60 1 year ago
Quoted from Axl:

Maybe daudioguy can chime in? If anyone knows the board set intimately, it would be him.

Sorry, I know Data East up to and including Monday Night Football. When Brian Schmidt came in they changed the sound board to use a custom masked TI DSP that Brian cooked up. That is the BSMT2000. I never used it. When I restarted in 2006 it was the 2nd SAM system game POTC. Stern abandoned the notion of a sound board and used the system processor to implement a soft (meaning no audio hardware other than a DAC) audio player.

The challenge in late 80s - early 90s was a lack of ROM. BSMT2000 (speculation) was a sampler synth. You need ROM to hold the samples and during the 90s ROM was still scarce. I tip my hat to Brian and what he accomplished in those days. It was not easy.

ddt

#61 1 year ago
Quoted from mrossman5:

Would anybody be willing to burn this rom for me?

I can burn roms from images submitted to me.
PM sent

1 year later
#62 44 days ago

Been wanting to do this exact same thing with my newly acquired BTTF Pin. Its been over a year and just wondering if there has been any updates or changes in technology to do this now.

Thanks!
Jim

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