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Gordito
Posted on 07-22-21 12:30 AM Link | #4088
Hi, I'm new to the whole DS emulation thing and was attempting to get the most accurate emulation experience to original hardware I could which led me to the path of MelonDS. I'm using the current core on RetroArch for my DS ROMs but have experienced a few minor issues here and there with some games I'm familiar with. The primary one is the wrong tone for audio/music in games like the Castlevanias, Phoenix Wright, and Chrono Trigger, it all plays at a lower pitch than the actual track. Also a weird issue that I haven't seen elsewhere in Phoenix Wright Trials & Tribulations where the cut-in closeup of Phoenix with the blue background appears for a second before it should, and then the text and sound/music continue right afterwards instead of going all together like it should. Anyone know how to solve these? Definitely not game breaking issues but just weird inconsistencies I noticed since I'm familiar with most of the games I've seen these issues pop up in. Thanks


Rayyan
Posted on 07-22-21 06:32 AM Link | #4089

We don't develop nor support the RetroArch core. It's better to ask them.
Do these issues occur with the melonDS standalone?

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