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  1. I figured out my own question. Only System 11C is currently supported. Any possibility for Sys11A or Sys11B to be supported?
  2. The standard files can be found here: https://www.pinsound.org/pinballs/ But how does one get/create files for a game that is not on that list? For example there are a lot of System 11 games missing such as Earthshaker and Whirlwind.
  3. PinballJah on pinside suggested using different USB drives and an extension cable running from the PCB to the coin door. A good solution until something is built into the firmware. https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/tantrums-guide-to-pinsound/page/6#post-5664327
  4. One change, all the psrec files are recorded into the subfolder \playback.
  5. Does the latest firmware have anything like this yet?
  6. This is from memory.... Take out your usb drive and alter the config.ini file that you should find located on the root. Change the line with psrec=false to psrec=true Pop it back in the game. Play as many games as you want. Each game will create a uniue psrec. When ready, put the USB in your computer and copy all the psrec files to your computer. Then reset your config.ini and pop the USB back in the game.
  7. I put this new mix into my BSD and wired it for stereo sound. Its pretty amazing and really shows off how sound can make a game more enjoyable. I did find a few of the voice calls to be a bit low but other than that it is one of the best examples for pinsound out there today. Thanks Hazzard!
  8. Its a real shame all of these files are being pulled for various reasons (like the Whitewater one). If it were available, I would be buying another Pinsound card for my IJ.
  9. Once I am satisfied with a mix, is there any alternative to having the pin sound board run it, other than having to put it on the USB and wait hours for it to unpack? I did the 2 GNR mixes and I think it took over 6 hours to unpack them.
  10. This is a bit of a generic question but what are the optimal settings for mastering new audio? Is there a suggested peak value or average rms (for normalizing)? Sampling frequency...48, 44.1, 32 kHz? Anything else that should be considered?
  11. cfbenn

    WAV or OGG?

    This might be a basic question, but when making mixes, is it better to save them as WAV or OGG? My understanding is that the native format used is WAV but the sample files are in OGG format. These are converted by Pinsound when loading. So is it easier to keep everything as WAV? Is OGG used just because of the smaller file size?
  12. Thanks. Any easy way to figure out the revision of my firmware? I just got the board so I am assuming its up to date.
  13. Is this available for download so I can try it on my machine?
  14. I didn't see this info on the Pinsound site so I thought I would ask here. #1 - I am examine some sound files and I noticed that the legacy files have the folders created but there are no files? I assume Pinsound will just fall back on the default sounds? Or will it play nothing? #2 - How are the folder numbers determined? I see lots of gaps with the numbering. I was trying to figure out if it was some sort of memory offset based on file/sample size but that didn't seem to make sense. Are the missing numbers other sounds, whether used or unused? Or are they non-existant?
  15. I am curious about this as well. I just received my board but I have no idea if its the most current version. I guess I could just upgrade it?
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