M1 0.7.6 reviewDownload
M1 plays the music from arcade games by running the code in the original ROMs (not supplied).
M1 plays the music from arcade games by running the code in the original ROMs (not supplied). This allows entirely authentic playback of classic video game tunes while you work. M1 does not play music from console and computer games; for that you should use Audio Overload.
Here are some key features of "M1":
Support for over 1100 different games.
Emulation of over a dozen CPUs and more than one hundred boards.
Latest MAME sound cores, latest MAME ROM sets, too many changes to list out.
Changed stop detection from 2 to 3 seconds to compensate for songs that don't start immediately.
New drivers, including Jaleco Mega System 32, Raizing/Eighting PS Arcade '95, and V-System Mahjong (Final Romance series).
Overclocked Taito F3 CPU. This seems to make the cutout problem much less severe, but sometimes individual notes are missed now. Taito sucks.
Fixed long-standing Crusin' USA/World troubles.
Added Raiden Fighters 2 and Viper Phase 1 (Ville Linde).
Fixed some ROM parenting issues with dynwar/wof (smf).
Fixed Contra to be in stereo (Stefan Lindberg).
Fixed years for raiden2, megaman, spf2t, cotton, and cottonj (Fujix).
Changed display name of "GP500" to "500GP" (Sixtoe).
Rebalanced Space Harrier for the 1 billionth time (Fujix, RB). SegaPCM is now MUCH louder than FM and PSG.
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