MUNT Reloaded?

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Post by ponytear »

I just wanted to say that it's possible to enjoy the latest Munt in ScummVM already, using the mt32emu application (available here: https://github.com/sergm/munt_devel/downloads) and MIDI Yoke. I have XP and it works great! :D
(It might also work with the win32drv.)

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Post by circletheory »

I just wanted to say that it's possible to enjoy the latest Munt in ScummVM already, using the mt32emu application (available here: https://github.com/sergm/munt_devel/downloads) and MIDI Yoke. I have XP and it works great!
This is a great way to enjoy the latest Munt development with ScummVM. However, with Win 64-bit users, it's tricky trying to get those mt32 drivers working properly (I've had no luck whatsoever). I think they're working on a 64-bit installer from what I've read on the forums -- in any case, I'll just wait patiently and continue to use my real Roland MT-32 with ScummVM.

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circletheory wrote:This is a great way to enjoy the latest Munt development with ScummVM. However, with Win 64-bit users, it's tricky trying to get those mt32 drivers working properly (I've had no luck whatsoever). I think they're working on a 64-bit installer from what I've read on the forums -- in any case, I'll just wait patiently and continue to use my real Roland MT-32 with ScummVM.
Here it is, based on the 2011/04/28 build:

http://sierrahelp.com/download.php?file ... tSetup.exe

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Post by circletheory »

Wow! Thanks for the link! I wonder how I missed this release? :D

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Post by Collector »

It is not an official installer, though it may be at some point. I gave KingGuppy the NSIS script after he ask for it, but he must not have had a chance to look it over, yet. The driver itself comes directly from the Munt git.

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Post by tsoliman »

I think KingGuppy is working in linux mainly and SergM is working in windows mainly.
I think those unofficial builds are SergM builds.

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Post by Collector »

Sergm is now part of the Munt team and it was KingGuppy that requested the NSIS script.

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Post by BobbinT »

I've also checked the newest Munt through @ykhwong's DosBox compilation and it sounds soft and amazing. Perhaps there's really hope for those who never (and ever will) owns Roland MIDI devices.

@MusicallyInspired: Shouldn't you let others have the chance to own it? I know you have at least three, watched from your SQ2 remake demo at utube. :P
(PS: you have quite gifted talents there. :D )

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Post by LordHoto »

BobbinT wrote:I've also checked the newest Munt through @ykhwong's DosBox compilation and it sounds soft and amazing. Perhaps there's really hope for those who never (and ever will) owns Roland MIDI devices.
Well only if you live in the US. At least IIRC that's the only part in the world where you are allowed to have the ROMs without owning the device (due to some shortage from Roland's side on the copyright stuff), otherwise you still need a real device to dump them, since they are still required for the emu AFAIK.

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Post by Timar »

Collector wrote:Here it is, based on the 2011/04/28 build:

http://sierrahelp.com/download.php?file ... tSetup.exe
Wow that's great - works on Windows 7 x64! Is the mt32emu.dll a special 64 bit compile? If I try to replace it with a more recet build from the munt devel page it won't work...

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Post by Collector »

Did you get it from here:

https://github.com/sergm/munt_devel/downloads

I just tried replacing the DLL with sergm's latest and it worked.

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Post by Timar »

Collector wrote:Did you get it from here:

https://github.com/sergm/munt_devel/downloads

I just tried replacing the DLL with sergm's latest and it worked.
Whenever I replace the dll in sysWOW64 with the most recent dll (from 06.10.) downloaded from munt devel, I get an error message saying "Can't open synth".

Are you sure that you have replaced the version in sysWOW64 and not just in system32? On x64 only the former is the one in use...

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Post by Relnac »

I've tried installing with your program, however I don't think it worked at all. I rebooted after install and the Munt driver isn't showing up in device manager.

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Post by Collector »

I can't say what may have not worked for you with so little information. Remember, the installer does not include the required ROMs.

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Post by Relnac »

I have the roms, the installer appeared to install correctly, but it doesn't show up.

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