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Look behind you, a three headed monkey!
Just kidding, been a while since I’ve worked on anything, this time of the year is always hectic. But I finally managed to set aside some time to work on this.
It’s been fun to work on this, since it also brings a lot of memories (seems to happen an awful lot, eh?)
Hope you enjoy, and by this I want to wish you all a happy new prosperous year, with many more recordings to come =D

List of Ports and Downloads

And as promised in the previous post, I “fixed” the MT-32/CM-32L sets for: LSL1VGA, LSL5 and LSL6
In some songs, the looping is much better than heard in the games, due to the fact that I’ve looped the midis by hand.
Speaking of which, if you had a MT-32 or compatible module, and you would like to give a helping hand, please contact me, so I could send you the stuff you need for recording.
Other specific “improvements”:
LSL5 – five new tracks were added of which 4 are unused in the game. Also I’m not sure if this was a software issue or if the midi extractor I used has some problems with this game in particular, but in many tracks there are some instruments missing. A very prominent example is the chimes, but since they sound “natural” in the tracks, I decided to leave them as-is. If anyone has some info on this please do let me know.
LSL6 – 4 new tracks added, all unused in the game plus fixed some quirks with some instruments (ah, the joys of directly slapping GM music onto the MT-32)

In the future I plan to fix the AdLib sets for the three above games and record on DualOPL/OPL3 instead with a tool provided by NewRisingSun of Vogons, and perhaps re-do the MT-32 set of LSL2 and LSL3.

Game Release Date: 1991
Composers: Chris Hülsbeck, Rudolf Stember, Michael Land

Codec: FLAC
Tracks: 14
Channels: Stereo
Bit Depth: 16bit
Sample Rate: 48000Hz