Best MIDI option for dos/dosbox games? (7)

1 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-04 20:28 ID:EBenx+NI

I've been trying out a few, mostly SoundBlaster, General midi, and Roland. General midi and Roland seem to sound better than SB, but it sounds like some instruments are better and some are worse. For example drums on one, and strings on the other. Is there a "best" option to get the most realistic sound or the closest to the designer's intentions? Poring through websites I've seen mention of a possibly-not-entirely-legal BIOS for Roland that could improve the music.

2 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-05 04:58 ID:Heaven

turn sound off and play your linkin park cds in the background

3 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-08 08:42 ID:Heaven

bah <.<

4 Name: 返信 2005-04-13 15:51 ID:JBUBT9uL


if you want the exact same sound, you should probobly download the sound-library for the game.. i dont know where tho..

5 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-21 16:04 ID:wva3sXDw

what u need to get yourself is a REAL midi card none of this midi emulation crap tho i havnt seen any cards with them in a while

6 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-23 11:57 ID:JZqVKU/E

>>5 is within stumbling distance of enlightenment, yet still fails to achieve it.

7 Name: THRILLHO 2005-04-26 01:04 ID:sjXf9Cyv

use gravis ultrasound for both sound and music

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