Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 857 from 2004/1/24
> you need to skip this step, it's for AOS only. [...] I personally
> had no timing problems with modules i played.
I followed the steps (except #7) and DeliTracker works fine now on MorphOS 3.1 on my Mac mini G4. Thanks
I remember that I had read fingus' instructions back then when he posted them to amigaworld.net but silly me didn't even think to attempt to follow them due to mention of step #7.
As I see there has already been a discussion on the timing issue (that is not there under MorphOS):
And there's an ARexx script that's supposed to help with running on MorphOS:
Call me stupid but I cannot for the life of me get Delitracker to play anything. It just flashes the screen titlebar red briefly when I hit play.
I followed all the instructions in that aw.net thread but can't find where to tell the 14bit noteplayer to use AHI Unit 0.
I installed the 68k rexxsyslib.library and that AREXX script you linked to, but it still doesn't do anything.
Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong? I suspect it's the AHI Unit thing but perhaps it's another problem?
For what it's worth I tried getting it to run again (been years), and after some fiddling (and crashes) it works with the following configuration:
* Delitracker v2.34
* 14-bit Noteplayer v4.30
I deleted all other DeliTracker Genies and disabled Paula-Noteplayer. I configured the 14-bit Noteplayer (open the DeliTracker Genies window, click on the 14-bit Noteplayer, push the "Show" button and when the 14-bit Noteplayer window is open (and active) just press right mouse button to access the settings) to use 16-bit AHI as output (AHI Unit 0 16-bit stereo HiFi++)...and that's it really. You'll need to adjust the Mixing frequency in the 14-bit Noteplayer prefs or it'll sound horrible (and for some reason it wont save the settings) and there are still a lot of replay timing problems, but hey, just like I remembered
Really, use UADE; it's way better.
*edit: just tried out the AHI-Noteplayer (latest from Aminet) and that works as well. Still timing probs, but less so ;) [ Edited by Stevo 18.08.2013 - 21:25 ]