This was an interesting read but points in this case into the wrong direction.
We are talking about a conversion job here and not creative work when somebody is free to compose what he wants.
He just tortured our ears with a totally failed conversion which was regarding to source material quite ok (otherwise I wouldn't be able to fix it so easily!).
Just for you emkay:
This is my last post in this thread, I promise!
Your argumentation is not even useless, it's just silly.
And, as long as you plan only to nag on my experiments, without similar comments on other's works, so please stick your dumb comments into the center of your butt.
It's "How" "Irgendwer" posts, not the critisism.
Discrediting me may help you to come over your cognitive dissonance, but doesn't change the facts:
Really, I 'm thinking of doing some optimisations .... in the volume ... which is the main problem.
Some tunes work well, some tunes drop exactly into the trap of the given limits.
At least questionable in this case.
A notation row played wrong does not make your ears bleeding?
It does obviously.
The tune cannot be done better there.
About changing notes.... The tune is the real "Star Trek" tune. Changing parts of it, makes it "not real" anymore.
The conversion was simply rubbish and deserves to be called so.
Why anybody should discuss with you about POKEY, RMT, Altirra or whatever limitations when you are not able to detect the major problem that your port mixed different scales?
Yes, POKEY has it limitations and frequency derivations and sometimes tends to cancel or distort sounds. But these problems are light years away from the problems you introduce in the conversions you consistently publish here.
If a sound is 10Hz off, putting it dis harmonic 1234Hz away to make an "other problem" more apparent isn't the solution, it is just crap.
BTW: Blaming RMT, other people for bad conversions or pretending POKEY limitations isn't a solution neither. Think about your own restrictions first!
You handed a tenor and alto flute to musicians, supplied the wrong scores and complain about their breathing technique.
I many ways you have a perception problem, which would be not bad on its own.
Like non-swimming would be.
But applying as a life guard then is - and telling other life guards at the water-line that they have to take care to keep their clothes dry is.
You take very often the opportunity to let others know how bad their work is and aren't able to admit that you more than once failed miserably.
I don't like you attitude. You are resistant to learn and listen!
It would be nice to have some real musician around.
"flashjazzcat" e.g. is, you successfully scared him off. I'm too, and like him, I must return to planet Earth now... (http://atariage.com/...-4#entry3378267)
Edited by Irgendwer, Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:14 PM.