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*Hey /letsplay *,Something I've done for 8+ years, and wanted to share with everybody, is how much of a quality improvement you can have by treating your audio as its own entity, and treating it as an equal to the video rather than a supporting cast member.
I will quickly break down the fundamentals to mixing voice and bg audio, and respond to questions about specifics.
To demonstrate the difference in quality you can make by editing your audio correctly, here are 2 videos I did with the same microphone:
Before: Let's Play Monopoly (2011)
After: Stardew Valley (2016)
-One sounds like I was recording while hanging on the edge of an airplane's open airlock, speaking into a can with a string on the end.
-The other sounds like I'm giving your ears a massage while whispering sweet nothings about the life we will spend together.
Section 0: Audio Software:Download yourself a free program like Audacity, a mostly-fully featured trial program like FL Studio, or buy one like Ableton or Pro Tools. Make sure whatever you download has the ability to utilize VST plugins, because this tutorial assumes you have that ability.
Pro Tools UI
But bubu, I can't edit my video's audio with those programs!
Yes you can. Learn how to export tracks as a sound file like .wav. Yes, I said track(s) because you will need to export the voice track as one file, then all the other ones as one or multiple files. Remember to export at the highest quality possible (41.1 kHz+ uncompressed).
If you recorded gameplay or something and it mixed the two together, you dun goofed. Learn about Stereo Mix/Direct Audio, then have that record separately from what goes into your microphone.
Section 1: Clean-upUnless you are recording from a sensory deprivation chamber, there will be background noise. Whether it is a hum from your air conditioning or your mother coming in and asking you when you will stop sitting in your underwear and talking into a microphone while playing video games, there will be some element of noise that simply "slicing" from the track won't remove.
There are many free and paid plugins that dynamically remove background noise, hiss, and plosives from the background of your voice track. These include Waves X-Noise, Logic's Denoiser, iZotope RX, and many more.
These work by taking room noise (with no talking), then generate a noise profile that it can then apply to your voice and remove those unnecessary frequencies. For example, if I have a hum in the background of my video at the harmonic range of 220 Hz, it will cancel out those specific frequencies once they reach the threshold that the noise profile has set. In other words, no more hum while you're talking.
Waves X-Noise UI
This is different from removing noise in the background while you are not talking, because this is frequency-specific. There will still be a bit of noise in the background when there are gaps between sentences, and we will go over this later. Remember, this is the first step, so you do not want to blast the noise reduction way up and distort your actual voice audio, because that will leave us nothing to work with.
Now that you have removed unwanted frequencies from your voice audio, it is time to get rid of all of that boomy crap from the low-end of your audio that hurts your ears, completely over-encapsulates the audio at points, and severely reduces headroom. Grab you a simple equalizer (every DAW on the face of the planet will come with one of these)
Then you will want place a high-pass filter on the low-end of the spectrum. This will significantly decrease all frequencies below the range you set it.
Logic Channel EQ UI
You will know you applied the right filter if you shift it to the right and it starts to sound like its coming from a tiny radio. If your DAW of choice does not have a high-pass filter, you may need to manually grab each knob to adjust.
Then find the sweet spot at which your voice just barely starts to be affected by the filter (for men its usually about 80-100 hz, while women/children frequencies may be a bit higher), then cut everything a bit below that.
This removes low-end boominess that often make you hear a "whomp" sound with your sub-woofer randomly. This also helps paint a more accurate picture of how the dynamics of your voice will be, so when we apply compression later on, it isn't prematurely triggered because your foot kicked your desk and scared your cat.
Section 2: Gating“In the night, I am kept awake by the endless chatter of my inner self. I hear it speak softly of old hurts and fondly of past loves, while its demands and anxieties resound throughout me in multitudes. I could be calm and composed all day long, but the moment it is dark, my mind riots.” - Beau Taplin
I don't know who this person is, but I typed in "chatter quotes" into Google and he was the first result.
You aren't always chattering away during videos, so the gaps should be filled with something other than the sound of some guy in the parking lot blasting a chop-and-screwed remix of Lil Scrappy's Money in the Bank in the year 2016.
Gating is the process of reducing the volume of any audio that is below the set threshold, which is useful for speech. This can be done with Logic's Noise Gate, Fruity Limiter, GVST's GGate, and many more.
Fruity Limiter UI Noise Gate Module
Much like compression, you can decide when the audio will return to its normal volume with Release, how much the volume underneath the threshold will be lowered by (I keep mine a tiny bit above -infinity/0 to avoid popping), and the threshold to which the audio must be above to not be decreased in volume.
NOTE: Some people do not like using gating, and it is not always ideal when there is no bg track (it sounds eerie to have complete silence between sentences). Personally, I keep some level of "noise" if I don't have video game audio or music behind the voice track.
Section 3: SmoothingWow, YouTuber! Great moves, keep it up, proud of you!
You've cleaned up your audio more so than 99%+ of YouTubers, and you can no longer hear your parent's disappointment behind you between sentences.
Now before we start getting into special recipe-type stuff, we are going to smooth out the recording this far and fix the dynamics. Unless you have your microphone strapped to a football helmet on your head, and you speak like a robot, you will probably speak at varying volumes. This isn't conducive to quality video production, because nobody wants to keep their hand on the volume knob to constantly adjust while you're talking. So lets do that for the audience. This is done with a compressor like RComp, Fruity Compressor, Classic Compressor, or one in nearly any DAW in existence.
Waves Renaissance Compressor UI
Teaching you about** compression** techniques is beyond the scope of this tutorial, but I will lay it out as plainly as I can:
- Sound goes in
- Settings dictate how much to decrease volume once its reached the threshold
- Settings dictate at what ratio the audio above the threshold will be decreased.
- Settings dictate how quickly to begin reducing volume after "attack" time
- Settings dictate how quickly to let the volume go back to normal after "release" time
- Settings dictate how much of that difference is made up with "gain"
- Sound comes out
In the end, this reduces the volume of the loud parts closer to the quiet parts, then pushes all of the audio back up so the loud parts AND the quiet parts are at a reasonable/similar volume.
For voice settings, the following levels are USUALLY okay:
Threshold: Use any meter to find your generally average speaking volume, and place it at about that DB
Ratio: 1.5:1 to 2:1
Attack: <1 ms
Release: 35-45 ms
Gain: Push up until it sounds at similar volume as input level
Great. Now if you want to be the next PewDiePie, your screaming won't blow out my speaker.
Section 4 (optional): Mad Scientist StuffOkay, I'm about to get a little bit weird okay? One day I realized that my voice doesn't sound all that deep and manly on the microphone. So what did I do?
Did I realize my voice is an extension of myself and personality, adjusting my expectations and learning to accept myself and faults on a lifelong journey of inner discovery and self-actualization?
Waves Renaissance Bass UI
RBass is patented technology from Waves Audio Ltd. which algorithmically generates lower frequencies from inputted audio.
By putting my voice through this plugin, it will generate sub-harmonics at the frequecy range I specify and make my voice sound deeper and manlier without any testosterone replacement.
I typically keep the Frequency around 80-100. Too low gives a whomphy sound I can't even hear without subs, too high conflicts with existing frequencies and sounds annoying.
I keep the Intensity just a little bit above 0, as even 0 seems to generate a decent amount of lower frequencies.
Section 5: Final Voice TweaksNow that you sound like you finally matter in your local community, it is time to remove the nasally annoyingness, and fix some of the dynamics that were changed with the addition of SUPER-BASS!
Logic X Channel EQ UI
Throw on another equalizer, and begin applying little bell curve filters to the spectrum. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to equalizing voice. But I do have a few general principles: 1. A little goes a long way 2. Make narrow cuts, make wide boosts (assuming those boosts are not by much) 3. Don't let your ears fool you, try equalizing on multiple sound devices (headphones, speakers, your phone) and taking frequent breaks before deciding that it won't be annoying
Side-Note: This will alter dynamics a bit, so you may want to put on another compressor to just lightly touch up the dynamic changes you've caused with this additional equalizer. Likely it won't make too big of a difference though, unless you went crazy with boosts and cuts.
Section 6: SidechainingThe mark of an inexperienced audio editor is hearing the voice and the music battle eachother to be heard. Simply trying to make sidechaining work in every DAW situation is impossible, so I will quickly explain it then provide a video link, because seeing/hearing it is far more effective than reading about it. (For the sake of simplicity, I will not be getting into frequency-specific sidechaining as the setup for this can be ridiculous and would another post to explain)
Fruity Limiter UI Sidechain Highlight
Basically, you will be feeding your new, cleaned-up voice track into your bg audio track in a way that uses your audio as an automation tool, rather than doubling up your voice volume. It will "see" that your voice is currently "on" and lower (duck) the volume when you are speaking.
Here is a decent explanation
SUB-SECTION: EDITING BG AUDIO
More often than not, there is not a significant need for eq, compression, or any serious editing for bg tracks. The audio from music, video games, and other media sources has typically already been mixed and mastered by a professional.
The most you want to do is maybe lower the volume a little bit, and MAYBE JUST BARELY turn down the frequencies that your vocal range resides in, to make more room for it and less conflict (not too much of a problem anyway if you are side-chaining correctly)
Section 7: Put it all togetherFinally, your voice sounds clean, your bg audio stays out of your powerful voice's way, and there is nothing jarring or annoying for the entirety of the audio. Now what? Well, if you've been a good little audio engineer and kept your volume "out of the red" and not distorting or peaking, you should have some room to bring everything together and maximize the volume of your audio. This is also known as limiting. This can be done with plugins such as Waves L2 Limiter, iZotope Ozone Maximizer, Fab-Filter Pro-L2, and many other stock limiters.
Waves L2 Ultramaximizer UI
This will allow you to boost everything in your audio to a higher level. The threshold takes the audio and basically increases the volume entirely. The ceiling then basically super-compresses anything that goes above the specified volume. Usually, it doesn't just slightly lower the volume of the audio that goes above the ceiling threshold, but straight up says STOP once its reached it. If done incorrectly, this can result in weird distorted audio. If done right, you can make your overall audio more even and as loud as other big YouTube channel videos.
The Loudness War isn't really an issue with non-music YouTube videos, so there's no need to blast your maximizing capabilities anywhere near the limit. Use other YouTube Channels as reference. Markiplier peaks at about -6 dB to -3 dB tops. A rule of thumb is to keep the ceiling below -0.2 at the very highest, because going above that starts dealing with intersample peaking but I digress.
Boom. You're done. Save this project as a template to use again so you don't need to tweak everything every time. Export that back in the most uncompressed way you can and import it as the full audio in your video editor.
Please let me know if you have any questions or would like any resources.
p.s. I love you
EDIT: I swapped some ordering, and elaborated a bit on gating.
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Putting arcade systems aside for a moment, this release includes support for Dance Dance Revolution Strawberry Shortcake, and the Nintendo Game & Watch titles Oil Panic and Squish. Interestingly, there are no other emulators or simulators for Squish, and it hasn’t been included in any of Nintendo’s Game & Watch collections. It seems to draw inspiration from the Famicom game Devil World.
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Of course, there are lots more additions and improvements that you can read about in the whatsnew.txt file, or you can get the source and Windows binary packages from the download page and try it out yourself. Enjoy the rest of the year, and all the best in 2019 from all of us at MAMEdev!
MAMETesters Bugs Fixed
- 02774: [Graphics] (seta2.cpp) grdians: Occasional one-frame glitches. (David Haywood)
- 04053: [Graphics] (ssv.cpp) eaglshot, dynagear: Missing raster effect. (David Haywood)
- 04954: [Graphics] (cps2.cpp) mvscu, xmvsf, mshvsf: Sprite priority problem on final stage with Onslaught. (hap)
- 05732: [Crash/Freeze] All games using MCS-48: Crash when trying to set watchpoint with wpd in MCS-48 games. (AJR)
- 06539: [Crash/Freeze] (konamim2.cpp) All sets in konamim2.cpp: [debug] Assertion failure on VTLB fill. (Phil Bennett)
- 06566: [Crash/Freeze] (vic20.cpp) All sets in vic20.cpp: Mounting Data 20 Video Pak (videopak) causes an exception. (Ryan Holtz)
- 07005: [Crash/Freeze] (vamphalf.cpp) wolrdadv, luplup, poosho (possibly more): Games crash after 36 minutes with DRC. (Ryan Holtz)
- 07022: [DIP/Input] (vtech2.cpp) laser500: Some keys are not working. (Robbbert)
- 07049: [Media Support] (ct486.cpp) ct486: MAME writes to floppy images opened in read-only mode. (AJR)
- 07116: [Save/Restore] Numerous drivers: Memory banking not restored correctly when loading save states. (O. Galibert)
- 07131: [Graphics] (vtech2.cpp) laser500: Hand-drawn character generator ROM contains errors. (nippur72)
- 07165: [Documentation] (bzone.cpp) bzone: Incorrect memory range in comments. (zaxxon)
- 07169: [Sound] (equites.cpp) equites, equitess: No sound effects after changing DIP switches and soft reset. (AJR)
- 07170: [Sound] xaudio2: Module attemts to look up XAudio2 APIs in DirectWrite DLL. (Moe)
- 07172: [Gameplay] (vii.cpp) vii + vii software list entries: Inputs no longer work for vii and vii cartridges. (Ryan Holtz)
- 07177: [Documentation] swim: Closing parenthesis missing in device description. (AntoPISA)
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- Four Play [Robbbert]
- Game & Watch: Oil Panic [algestam, Eric Smith]
- Game & Watch: Squish [algestam, 4am]
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- Street Fighter: The Movie (v1.14N, Japan) [Jorge Silva]
- Triumph-Adler Alphatronic PC (NTSC) [AJR]
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- Fruit Bonus 2010 [David Haywood, Canil Babypet]
- Tobe! Polystars (ver JAA) [Phil Bennett, Ryan Holtz, Vas Crabb]
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- Hell Night (ver EAA) [Phil Bennett, Ryan Holtz, Vas Crabb]
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- Cardinal Video Terminal [Bitsavers]
- DECstation 3100 [R. Belmont, Maciej Rozycki]
- Epic 14E (v1.0) [Al Kossow]
- Flash Beats [R. Belmont, twistedsymphony]
- Fortune 32:16 [Bitsavers]
- HP 3478A Multimeter [fenugrec]
- HP 95LX [shattered]
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- Shine/1 [Carlo Santagostino, Alessandro Liberalato, Nigel Barnes]
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- Telmac 1800 [Robbbert]
- Trivial Pursuit (Volumen IV, Spanish, Maibesa hardware) [Sevilla Retro, Arcade Planet, Recreativas.org, The Dumping Union]
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- Black Belt (Zaccaria, German speech) [PinMAME]
- Black Belt (Zaccaria, Italian speech) [PinMAME]
- Grundig FL-100 [Dirk Best]
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- Infonova C2A2 [Dirk Best, rfka01]
- Les Fiches (ver 1.2) [f205v]
- More Chilli (20289311, Queensland) [Heihachi_73]
- New Star's Phoenix (French speech) [PinMAME]
- Orchid Mist (0101241V, New Zealand) [Heihachi_73]
- OSCOM 1000B [Robbbert]
- Pelican Pete - Jackpot Carnival (10226711, Queensland) [Heihachi_73]
- Queen of the Nile (0300785V, New Zealand) [Heihachi_73]
- Spring Carnival (10008011, Queensland) [Heihachi_73]
- Star's Phoenix (French speech) [PinMAME]
- Werewolf Wild (20290711, Queensland) [Heihachi_73]
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- c64_cass: 10 Computer Hits 2, 180, 1985 - The Day After, 1985 - The Day After (alt), 4 Most Megaheroes, 5th Gear, 911 TS, APB, Aardvark, Ace 2088, Advanced Basketball Simulator, Agent X II: The Mad Prof's Back!, Ah Diddums, Airborne Ranger, Airwolf, Airwolf 2, Alleykat, Amaurote, Anarchy, Android 2, Andy Capp, Annihilator, Arcade Classics, Arcadia 64, Archon II: Adept, Arkanoid, Armageddon, Armageddon (Visions), Asylum, Attack of the Mutant Camels, Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy, Automania (Manic Mechanic), B.C. Bill, BC's Quest for Tires, BCII: Grog's Revenge, BMX Racers, BMX Racers (alt), BMX Racers (alt2), BMX Simulator, BMX Trials, Back to Reality, Back to the Future, Barbarian II, Batman, Batman: The Caped Crusader, Battle Island, Battle Ships, Battle Valley, Bazooka Bill, Beach Buggy Simulator, Beach-Head, Beat-It, Better Dead Than Alien, Beyond the Ice Palace, Big Nose's American Adventure, Bionic Granny, Blagger Goes to Hollywood, Blaze Out, Blue Angel 69, Blue Thunder, Bomb Jack, Bomb Jack II, Bombo, Bombuzal, Booga-Boo the Flea, Booty, Booty (Silver), Brainstorm, Breakthru, Bruce Lee, Bubble Bobble, Bubble Dizzy, Buffalo Bill's Rodeo Games, Bug Blitz, Bug Squad, Bullseye, Bump Set Spike, Burger Chase, C.O.D.E. Hunter, Cauldron I & II, Cauldron II: The Pumpkin Strikes Back, Cavelon, Cavemania, Caverns of Eriban, Caverns of Xydrapur, Chain Reaction, Challenger, Championship Basketball - Two on Two, Chiller, Chinese Juggler, Chubby Gristle, Circus Attractions, Classic Snooker, Cliff Hanger, Combat Lynx, Commando, Commando (Encore), Computer-Orgel, Corporation, Cosmic Convoy, Cosmic Cruiser, Crazy Balloon, Crazy Cars, Crazy Kong, Critical Mass, Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine, Cybertron Mission, Cybotron, Cyclons, Cylu, Daley Thompson's Decathlon, Daley Thompson's Decathlon (Hit Squad), Dan Dare II - Mekon's Revenge, Danger Mouse in Double Trouble, Dark Star, Das Spukschloss, Deadly Evil, Demon Blue, Denarius, Desert Hawk, Dizzy: Down the Rapids, Donkey Kong, Double Dare, Double Dragon II: The Revenge, Drop Zone, Duck Shoot, Dynamite Dan, Eagle Empire, Enduro Racer, Engineer Humpty, Erebus, European 5-a-Side, Falcon Patrol, Falcon Patrol 2, Fall Guy, Fast Food, Fighter Pilot, Finders Keepers, Firelord, Fireman Sam, First Strike, Fist II: La Leyenda Continua, Flak, Flying Feathers, Footballer of the Year, Force One, Formula 1 Simulator, Frank Bruno's Boxing, Frank Bruno's Boxing (Encore), Frank Bruno's World Championship Boxing, Frankenstein Jnr., Frightmare, Fruit Machine Simulator, Fruit Machine Simulator 2, Fun School 2 for 6-8 Year Olds, Fungus, Galactic Games, Gangster, Gaplus, Gary Lineker's Hot-Shot!, Gauntlet, Gauntlet (Kixx), Gauntlet: The Deeper Dungeons, Ghostbusters, Ghouls, Gilligan's Gold, Glug Glug, Gold or Glory, Golden Axe, Golf, Golf Master, Grand Larceny, Grand Prix Simulator, Graphic Editor, Graphics Editor, Gribbly's Day Out, Gryzor, Guardian, Guardian Angel, Gunstar, Gyroscope, H.A.T.E: Hostile All Terrain Encounter, H.E.R.O., Harvey Headbanger, Headcoach, Hektik, Hektik (alt), Hexpert, Hollywood Poker, Hoodoo Voodoo, Hoppingmad, Horace Goes Skiing, Hunchback, Hungry Horace, Hustler, Huxley Pig, Hyperbowl, I Ball, I Ball II, I-Xera, IO (Into Oblivion), Ikari Warriors, International Rugby Simulator, James Bond 007 in Live and Let Die - The Computer Game, James Bond 007: Licence To Kill, Jeep Command, Jet Set Willy II: The Final Frontier, Joe Blade, Joe Blade 2, Jonah Barrington's Squash, Jonny and the Jimpys, Junior Maths: Spirates / Snowmen, KGB Superspy, KP Skips Action Biker with Clumsy Colin, Kaktus, Kane, Kentilla, Kentucky Racing, Kikstart 2, Kikstart 2 (alt), Kikstart: Off-Road Simulator, Killing Machine, Knight Tyme, Knightmare, Kokotoni Wilf, Konami's Pooyan, Kongo Kong, Krazy Kar, Labyrinth, Lancer Lords, Land of Neverwhere, Lazer Force, Lazer Wheel, Los Angeles Swat, Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, Magic Carpet, Majik, Manic Miner, Manic Miner (MAD), Match Point, Metro Cross, Miami Chase, Micro Ball, Mike Read's Computer Pop Quiz, Milk Race, Missile Command, Mission Omega, Monkey Magic, Monopole, Mordon's Quest, More Adventures of Big-Mac the Mad Maintenance Man, Moto X, Motor Mania, Motor Mania (alt), Mr. Wimpy: The Hamburger Game, Munch Mania, Munch Mania (alt), Mushroom Alley, Mystery of the Indus Valley, Nebulus, Neutral Zone, Neutralizor, New York City, Night Racer, Ninja, Nonterraqueous, Oh No!, Oink!, Olympic Skier, On Cue, Operation Thunderbolt, Operation Wolf, Orbitron, Outlaw, P.O.D. - Proof of Destruction, Pacmania, Paint-Box 64, Pakacuda, Panther, Paperboy, Paperboy (alt), Paradroid, Parallax, Park Patrol, Pedro, Penetrator, Periscope Up, Pilot 64, Pinball Wizard, Ping Pong, Pipeline 2, Platoon, Popeye 2, Popeye 3: Wrestle Crazy, Poster Paster, Pro Skateboard Simulator, Prodigy, Professional Ski Simulator, Professional Snooker Simulator, Protium, Prowler, Punchy, Pyjamarama, QUATTRO Adventure, QUATTRO Cartoon, QUATTRO Combat, QUATTRO Fighters, QUATTRO Racers, QUATTRO Super Hits, Quintic Warrior, Raging Beast, Raid over Moscow, Rainbow Islands, Rally Driver, Rambo III, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Realm of Impossibility, Red Heat, Red Max, Renegade, Rescue on Fractalus!, Rigel's Revenge, Rik the Roadie, River Rescue, River Rescue (Alternative), Road Blasters, Road Blasters (Kixx), Road Runner, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, Robin to the Rescue, Rock Star Ate My Hamster, Rock'n Wrestle, Rock'n Wrestle (alt), Rollaround, Rollerball, Rollerboard, Rolling Thunder, RoomLord, Rupert and the Ice Castle, Rygar, SMASHED: Strangest Mobile Army Surgical Hospital East of Detroit, S.O.S., Salamander, Scorpion, Se-Kaa of Assiah, Sentinel, Shamus, Silkworm, Skatin' USA, Skool Daze, Slamball, Slap Fight, Slayer, Slimey's Mine, Slinky, Snokie, Solomon's Key, Sorcery, Space Harrier, Space Walk, Speed King, Speedboat Race, Spike in Transilvania, Spitfire, Split Personalities, Spore, Spy vs Spy, Spy vs Spy II: The Island Caper, Spy vs Spy III: Arctic Antics, Squirm, Stallone: Cobra, Star Race, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Starlifter, Starquake, Steel, Stellar 7, Stix, Storm, Strangeloop, Street Cred Boxing, Street Gang, Street Surfer, Street Warriors, Strike, Strike Force Cobra, Strip Poker, Strip Poker (CDS), Strip Poker II, Strontium Dog and the Death Gauntlet, Stunt Bike, Stunt Bike Simulator, Sub Hunt, Suicide Express, Summer Games, Summer Games (Kixx), Super Cassette 'B', Super Cycle, Super Gran, Super Hang On, Super League, Super Seymour Saves the Planet, Super Trux, Superkid in Space, T-Bird, Target Renegade, Terra Cresta, Terrormolinos, Test Master, The Action Pack, The Curse of Sherwood, The Election Game, The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole, The Halls of the Things, The Helm, The Human Race, The Last Ninja, The Last V8, The Last V8 (alt), The Legend of the Knucker-Hole, The National, The Newzealand Story, The Power Pack, The Quest for the Golden Egg Cup, The Quest for the Holy Grail, The Very First, The Vindicator, Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, Thrust, Thrust (alt), Thunder Blade, Thundercats, Thunderforce, Time Traveller, Tomahawk, Tombs of Xeiops, Tornado Low Level, Traffic, Trailblazer, Trivial Fruit, Trollie Wallie, Turbo 64, Turbo Boat Simulator, Turbo Esprit, Turtle Jump, U.F.O., Uridium, Vampire, Vegas Jackpot, Velocipede, Velocipede II, Venom, Wanderer 3D, Wanted! Monty Mole, War Cars Construction Set, War Hawk, Way of the Exploding Fist, Who Dares Wins II, Who Dares Wins II (Alternative), Wilder Westen, Winter Games, Winter Games (Kixx), Wiz Biz, Wizball, Word Feud, World Games, World Series Baseball, Xevious, Yeti, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Yogi's Great Escape, Zoids, Zolyx, Zone Ranger, Zorro, Zzzzzzz [The Ultimate Tape Archive Team]
- nascom_snap: 3D Labyrinth, 3D Maze, Adventure Quest, Asteroids, BLS Pascal V1.2, Breakout, Car Race, Chaser, Colossal Adventure, Double Mastermind, Dungeon Adventure, Eldorado Gold, Eliza, Extension Basic, Fruit Machine, Fruit Machine Game, Galactic Invaders, Galaxian Attack, Galaxy Attack, Gener-80, Graphics ROM Editor, Hangman, Hisoft Pascal 4 V1.0, Hisoft Pascal 4 V1.5, Hisoft Pascal 4 V2.0, HullForth, Invasion, Invasion Earth, Jailbreak in Space, Level 9 Surround, Life, Logichess, Lollypop Lady Trainer, Lords of Time, Lumberjack, Lunar Lander, Monster, Moon Raider, NAS-Calc, NAS-Forth V1.11, NAS-Pen 2.0, Nas-Graphpac 1.0, Nascom Extended Basic, Othello, Pac Man, Piranha, Päck-Männ, React, Retriever 2, Return to Eden, Revenge of the Drosphila, Reversi, Rubic, Sargon Chess v1.2, Sargon Chess v1.3, Serpent, Snowball, Space Invaders, Space Invasion, Space Zap, Spacewar, The Hole in the Wall, Tic-Tac-Toe, V & T Assembler, Xtal Basic 2.2, ZEAP 2.0 [Nigel Barnes]
- nascom_socket: NAS-Pen 1.0, NAS-Print 80, Sys-Ex [Nigel Barnes]
Software list items promoted to working
- bbc_rom: Solidisk DFS 2.1J Issue 2 [Nigel Barnes]
New NOT_WORKING software list additions
- bbc_rom: Inter-Base 2.0A, MRM E00 DFS 1.20, Mega3, SatPic 3.0 [Nigel Barnes]
- monon_color: Gāngtiě xiá-yīngxióng fǎnjí zhàn, Jiāngshī lièrén, Jī jiǎ xuànfēng-gédòu dàshī, Kǎijiǎ yǒngshì dàluàn dòu, Luòkè wángguó-bīng zhī lán, Luòkè wángguó-dà màoxiǎn, Luòkè wángguó-hēi zhī yán, Luòkè wángguó-kǎ pái zhàn jì, Luòkè wángguó-mófǎ zhèn, Luójí pīn yī pīn, Lóngzhū-wǔdào dàhuì, Shén pò-shīluò de yíjī, Sài ěr hào-néngyuán dà zuòzhàn, Sài ěr hào: Zhànshén dòu hún, Yīngxióng liánméng-zhōngjí gédòu [zhongtiao1]
- nascom_snap: Starfighters [Nigel Barnes]
- tmp68301: Improved accuracy of registration and acknowledgment of pending interrupts. [AJR]
- balsente.cpp: Separated emulation (and ROM) of 6VB audio board from driver class. [AJR]
- f8: Fixed LNK instruction by testing carry flag before clearing flags (github #4371). [AJR]
- z8: Overhauled register handling. [AJR]
- Moved internal internal register file to a separate address space, and added port output registers to debug state.
- Lock out interrupts on reset until EI instruction is executed.
- mbc55x: Added 8087 coprocessor. [AJR]
- x86: Step over REP instructions in debugger. [AJR]
- alphatro: Corrected clock frequencies and screen timings, and separated into PAL and NTSC variants. [AJR]
- tv955: Made keyboard begin to work, and added cursor emulation. [AJR]
- eepromser: Don’t change state on soft reset (EEPROMs don’t actually have reset lines). [AJR]
- rainbow.cpp: Improved monitor auto-detection, fixed palette problems, and cleaned up logging, and updated notes. [Bavarese]
- scsp.cpp: Made SCSP emulation better reflect hardware implementation. [cam900]
- Implemented EXTS mixing and DAC18B output, and removed hard-coded DMA IRQ target device.
- Added save state support, marked as having imperfects sound, and updated to use explicitly sized integer types.
- Cleaned up unused and duplicated code, removed MCFG macros, and reformatted code.
- stvcd.cpp: Implemented device_mixer_interface, allowing CD audio to be routed correctly.
- coolridr.cpp, model2.cpp, model3.cpp: Corrected SCSP and sound CPU clocks, and corrected sound balance.
- stv.cpp: Corrected SCSP clock.
- coolridr.cpp updates: [cam900]
- Restricted drawing to clipping rectangle and deferred allocating palette memory until start time.
- Reduced code duplication, replaced a bare pointers with an object finder, and improved tags and member names.
- psikyo4.cpp updates: [cam900]
- Fixed sound routing and reduced runtime tag map lookups.
- Reduced code duplication, eliminated use of ACCESSING_BITS macros, and improved member names.
- prehisle.cpp: Cleaned up code, improved member names, and reduced runtime tag map lookups. [cam900]
- seta2.cpp cleanup: [cam900]
- Deferred allocation of sprite RAM until start time, and reduced use of ACCESSING_BITS macros.
- Made more members protected, reduced unnecessary code, and improved member names.
- pgm2.cpp and pgm2_memcard.cpp cleanup: [cam900]
- Made better use of region finders rather than relying on hard-coded sizes and runtime tag map lookups.
- Changed to abbreviated integer types, made use of m_ member prefix consistent, and streamlined handler member signatures.
- Made code prefer explicitly sized integer types, reduced variable scope, and const-qualified more variables.
- Simplified graphics decoding description, reduceds use of MCFG macros, improved region names, and updated notes.
- deco32.cpp: Fixed graphical regression in captaven and clones (github #4417), and restricted ACE mixing to cliprect rectangle. [cam900]
- sdl_sound.cpp: Re-worked ring buffer code to better encapsulate it and avoid deadlocks. [Celelibi]
- ssv.cpp: Emulated row scroll and plane masking effects. [David Haywood]
- gcpinbal.cpp: Emulated raster interrupts (used for effects in Power Flipper Pinball Shooting). [David Haywood]
- seta2.cpp updates: [David Haywood]
- Added preliminary emulation of raster effects and X offset registers.
- Improved tilemap wrapping in 8×8 mode and screen size/visible area/layer offset handling.
- Implemented alternate sprite format flag user by grdians map screen overlay.
- Simplified graphics decoding, and cleaned up code.
- goldstar.cpp: Added ROM patches to help Fruit Bonus 2010 boot, and improved inputs. [David Haywood]
- mcs51: Added preliminary AppoTech AXC51-CORE disassembler. [David Haywood]
- bus/nes_ctrl: Added Majesco dance mat device (used by the ddrdismx and ddrstraw in nes_vt.cpp). [David Haywood]
- amiga: Added support for the A2058 memory expansion Zorro card. [Dirk Best]
- hp9825, hp9845: Split I/O subsystem out of hp9845 driver, added I/O slots to hp9825, and added 98032 GPIO module. [F.Ulivi]
- Emulated HP 3478 digital multimeter. [fenugrec]
- Analog-side 8048 MCU is not dumped or emulated – main ROM patched to work around its absence.
- Some LCD characters are unverified, and LCD annunciators are not rendered.
- HP-IB/IEEE488 interface is not emulated (uses i8291 controller).
- ampoker.cpp: Fixed NVRAM size. [Grull Osgo]
- Fixed some collateral damage from refactoring. [hap]
- snowbros.cpp: Replaced yutnori ROM patch with protection simulation. [iq_132, Robbbert]
- toypop.cpp: Simplified foreground coordinate calculation. [kunikuni]
- ti99: Raise a fatal error on detecting an over-sized cartridge dump to avoid memory corruption. [Michael Zapf]
- Updated Android support to build with NDK r18b, current Android Studio, and current Gradle (target API version is now 24). [Miodrag Milanović]
- nascom1 updates: [Nigel Barnes]
- Improved parsing of snapshots, and added character ROM snapshot for Sargon Chess.
- Added B-Bug monitor BIOS option.
- Corrected LSW1 links location for Restart address.
- bbc updates: [Nigel Barnes]
- Added bus clocks for FDC (8 MHz), 1MHz bus (1 MHz), and Compact expansion port (8 MHz).
- Added Music 2000 and EMR BBC MIDI Interface 1MHz bus devices.
- debugger: Prevent watchpoints from being installed multiple times recursively. [O. Galibert]
- swp30.cpp: Improved sound generation and added save state support. [O. Galibert]
- ymmu100.cpp: Hooked up MIDI ports and added additional logging. [O. Galibert]
- t10mmc.cpp: Reverted seemingly erroneous change to CD audio commands, and added gain setters for each CD-DA channel. [Phil Bennett]
- nascom1.cpp updates: [Phill Harvey-Smith]
- Fixed Nascom 2/3 keyboard handling so CTRL key combinations work.
- Added correct Nascom 2 NasSys 3 BIOS ROMs for default, AVC and NET versions, and added Nascom 3 CP/M boot v3.2 BIOS ROM.
- apple3: Attempted to improve font uploading (still not perfect). [R. Belmont, Rob Justice]
- apple2: Added support for version 2 .WOZ floppy image files. [R. Belmont]
- z80ne: Corrected error in ROM from when it was transcribed by hand. [Robbbert]
- vtech2: Added support for French and German, selectable via machine configuration switches. [Robbbert]
- Note that it will crash when Reset is selected, logged as MT07180.
- rulechan.cpp: Cleaned up code, and turned Demo DIP switch on by default. [Roberto Fresca]
- brkthru.cpp: Fixed brkthrut PROM addressing and added notes. [Roberto Fresca]
- e132xs.cpp: Fixex CMPB and SUBC instruction emulation and instruction length flags when using the DRC. [Ryan Holtz]
- midtunit.cpp: Converted video emulation to a device and removed static global variables. [Ryan Holtz]
- Also added a DMA blitter graphics viewer that can be enabled with a preprocessor macro.
- midtunit.cpp, midxunit.cpp: Cleaned up code and converted logging to use logmacro. [Ryan Holtz]
- tms32031: Fixed disassembler and eliminated MCFG macros. [Ryan Holtz]
- pocketc.cpp cleanup: [Ryan Holtz]
- Reduced duplication, improved member names, reduced runtime tag map lookups, and converted logging to use logmacro.
- Removed MCFG macros, made better use of language and framework features, re-formatted code, and cleaned up comments.
- Updated bgfx and bx to latest upstream code. [Ryan Holtz]
- cave.cpp: Removed MCFG macros and made common configuration blocks into functions. [Ryan Holtz]
- Eliminated MCFG macros from may devices and drivers, including all but one of the CPUs. [Ryan Holtz, Ivan Vangelista]
- pasopia7: Increased keyboard poll rate to 5 kHz – allows de-bounce code to work. [shattered]
- hp_dio: Added DMA enable to control register of human interface card. [Sven Schnelle]
- mb87030.cpp: Fixed FIFO behaviour (fixes SCSI on HP9000/382). [Sven Schnelle]
- m68kfpu: Added (d16,An) addr mode to WRITE_EA_FPE (used by NetBSD’s ps command). [Sven Schnelle]
- Added support for building with clang on FreeBSD/NetBSD, and added a missing header to video/xavix.cpp. [Thomas Klausner]
- gsword.cpp: Dumped gsword MCU and replaced simulation with preliminary emulation. [Vas Crabb, Caps0ff, *=/STARRIDER\=*]
- Demoted gsword to MACHINE_NOT_WORKING and MACHINE_IMPERFECT_SOUND as there are issues with credits registering and sound.
- Removed BAD_DUMP flag from josvolly MCU dump – there’s no reason to believe the MCUs contain different programs.
- Updated and improved some command-line option descriptions. [Vas Crabb]
- goldstar.cpp: Dumped graphics ROMs for Fruit Bonus 2010. [Canil Babypet]
- brkthru.cpp: Re-dumped ROMs and dumped PROMs for brkthrut. [ClawGrip, jordigahan, Recreativas.org, The Dumping Union]
- balsente.cpp: Added a missing mainboard PAL dump, and improved documentation for Spanish Trivial Pursuit sets. [ClawGrip, Recreativas.org]
- leapster.xml: Documented some undumped games (there are dozens still missing). [ClawGrip]
- brkthru.cpp: Dumped PALs, added PCB layout and updated notes for darwin. [f205v]
- ymmu100.cpp: Added missing ROMs. [Guru]
- aristmk5.cpp: Improved documentation. [Heihachi_73]
- aristmk6.cpp: Added two BIOS sets, and fixed some PCB locations. [Heihachi_73]
- Brute-forced DES key for Sangokushi Taisen 2 satellite (Chihiro). [Peter Wilhelmsen, Morten Shearman Kirkegaard]
- m24: Added BIOS versions v1.1, v1.21 and v1.36, and added additional comments and links. [rfka01]
- berzerk.cpp: Corrected ROM labels for berzerk1 based on board photographs. [Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]