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Accurate SNES Instrument Emulation!
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Is there anything I can use instead of the SPC700 player? I'm using Mac.
Since yesterday, I'm using C700 in FL Studio. It works "fine" but I have one major problem:

When I record a .spc via "Set Recorder..." and play this .spc file with the SPC700 Player, it occurs that the file stops at a certain position and holds the last played notes until the end (when I skip that moment, it's just silent after that point). At first it worked fine but eventually I changed something in my project (I changed nothing in the recorder settings).
Record Start Pos and Loop Start Pos are at 0 and Record End Pos is at the End. Even if I change that value, nothing happens.
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