It's not exactly the same, but if you use the "Force external" option, it opens the SPC700 player anyway, so you can see all of SPC700's information immediately. Of course, the same thing applies on your first suggestion, too.
It's not the same, but it's definitely good enough (for me personally, at least).
Someone better wake me up !!!!
This sounds like revolution really. I mean, many people thought that this was impossible, but... wow, just wow.
Anyway, I don't know if anyone noticed it yet, but it seems that the sound plays a very little bit (but yet noticeable, at least to me) after the grafical interface shows the note played. It would be nice if all the pointed bugs could be fixed, but again great work, really. I have a lot of txts with random names, and thanks to this I can actually clean up my addmusic folders <3<3<3
I should have something witty to put here (even if it's just to update dated info), shouldn't I?
Oh ho ho, this is a neat piece of work. I don't do music myself (beyond fixing broken songs for AM4), but this should incredibly useful for those that do. The fact that it plays songs on repeat however (unlike SPC Player) is a nice bonus, too.
I'll not update the link on tools section now. I must see first if all reported bugs isn't showing or something. I haven't included all suggestions since is not critical or are much complex to complete in some hours.... I only know that AddmusicM support will be added in next version, the base AddmusicM spc is almost complete.
Hate to tell you, but there's still at least one bug left.
My most recent port, for example, won't play at all, showing a weird error message instead (probably referring to your code, not the TXT file itself). It's not the use of tabs, it's not label looping, it's... just weird.
Fixed. The bug was happening because you have put a t30 at the end, and the tool have tried to see if it was tuning, but as the txt was not enough text, an internal error occurs (ArgumentOutOfRangeException). Thanks for reporting, the download link is same.
This is really something. At first when I saw it I was like 'great, it's a lazy man's way out to port' but after reading further into it and seeing what else it could do I though 'this is pretty cool'.
I can definitely see that real time txt viewer coming in handy. Once said bugs are ironed out, I'll give it shot!
Having tried it with a couple ports already, it's extremely handy and makes the process much faster. It's especially helpful for sample tuning and mixing various notes, along with quickly discovering the location of errors in the TXT. There are still a few things to be ironed out for sure, but this is a useful tool for anyone who ports music.