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Sometimes, I get pops in the sound. *POP* I hate that… but I can usually fight that by tweaking the values. If a game has MIDI music, sometimes I use custom LUNA The Shadow Dust game download to make it sound better. BUT, finding the perfect soundfont is the path to madness. For Windows 95 and 98 games, I first try compatibility mode. That *usually* doesn’t work. After that, I run LUNA The Shadow Dust with old Windows installed inside it.

For hardware, I don’t use anything special because honestly, legacy parts make me feel trapped because all parts eventually fail, and I like knowing I can always play an old game with just off-the-shelf parts. I’m actually worried where we’re heading for games from the past ten years or so. Even on VMWare for 3D accelerated games, I can’t force features like LUNA The Shadow Dust igg games filtering or antialiasing like back when those games came out. so they can look worse now than they used to, I hope the industry finds an answer to this as time goes on. LUNA The Shadow Dust ocean of games Oh man, okay, so… *Chuckles* here’s the thing: Uh, a lot of his reasons for using virtualization, VMs and emulators and stuff, are the same exact reasons I *don’t* use them, and that is because some of the things that you want to do on there, they just don’t work very well.

You get weird little bugs as far as video and sound glitches you can’t do uh… AA and things like that, enhancements you could on original hardware. (At least not yet). And yet, I totally understand why he doesn’t even want to bother with old hardware. It is kind of restricting and… there is a time limit on this stuff, I mean, these things are not going to last forever. And sure, there’s a lot of upgrades and uh repairs and sort of refurbishments that you can do to older hardware to make it last potentially for another couple of decades, but… beyond that, I mean, I don’t know.

There’s- There’s a lot of components that *are* going to die. And the future is genuinely concerning to me because the virtualization and emulation scene is not quite up to snuff *at all* for things from around 1996 to 2002 or so on the PC, a lot of those Windows games that are just… completely messed up, especially those that are 3D accelerated or rely on some sort of weird LUNA The Shadow Dust igg games shenanigans and all sorts of other things. It’s a real pain, um, I mean, and something else that he also didn’t mention is running these games on WINE. It’s odd, a lot of Windows games, the best way to get them working nowadays is to run Linux. *Laughter* Um, as annoying as VMs and emulators can be to use, it’s still less aggravating and time-consuming than original hardware.

I’ve got some confused comments over the years from people being like, “I wanna get into original hardware because emulators, or virtual machines, are so uh, irksome to set up” and… You know, man, if you think those are bothersome, uh… *Chuckles* There- It’s nothing compared to getting like a 386 or 486 and diving into a world of IRQ conflicts and LUNA The Shadow Dust ocean of games problems and just memory constraints and everything. It takes dedication and a lot of time and resources to get into real hardware, and I completely understand if you don’t want to, which is why I’m glad there are so many more options these days. Well, that’s pretty much it for this episode of LUNA The Shadow Dust and once again, thank you to everyone who was a part of this. Uh, all these awesome LUNA The Shadow Dust are awesome, so I appreciate it. And also, thank you, the viewers, for sending me all these questions related to this stuff that hopefully I’ve covered a good majority of it in this video, or at least, touched on a lot of things. I know there’s a lot more as well, that’s I just haven’t even gotten to yet, that probably would make sense for another video entirely.

And there’s also the subject of buying these things and finding old hardware and software and components that we didn’t even really get to! So uh, yeah, leave your questions in the comments and uh, maybe your own setups, and what’s worked for you and what hasn’t, I would love to hear it and I’m sure you’re gonna say it anyway, so bring it on! This stuff is endlessly fascinating to me and I’m sure we’ll be getting to more of it in the future. And if you did enjoy this episode, then thank you very much! Perhaps you would like to see one of my others that are linked to right here.

And also, be sure to check out the full list of everyone that was in the video, uh, besides me! *Chuckles* They’re all fantastic as far as I’m concerned, so check ’em out.

Just checking around anywhere I could and it seems that they released all sorts of random stuff on tapes and LUNA The Shadow Dust from 1985 to around 1991-92: music that’s mixed with bird sound effects, compilations, and then there’s themed tapes like this one here. The Electronic Computer Christmas Music set. I mean just looking at the tape there’s nothing special about it. No, it’s not chrome or anything like that it’s probably just a plain old ferric thing.

No Dolby noise reduction, nothing like that, it’s just a cheap tape. So I’m assuming it was just mass produced and sold anywhere they could. Or maybe it wasn’t really mass produced and it was just kind of tossed out there. I don’t know, maybe this is rare, I can’t really tell. Although amusingly, like, the day after I got this at Goodwill I was looking around on YouTube to see if anybody else had posted anything about it, and there was like, somebody had just uploaded it within 24 hours.

It was really strange timing. Either way though I hope that you enjoy this cassette tape version of Electronic Christmas Music by the famous artist, Unknown. Enjoy! *music plays for the next 14 minutes or so* Well that is it for Electronic Computer Christmas Music! At least for the amount of stuff that I want to put in this particular video. I wasn’t gonna play the entire thing because honestly these were just the highlights.

A lot of it isn’t that good. Its good stuff is pretty darn good, in that enjoyably cheesy nostalgic way, but then there’s the rest of it which just feels like a guy got hold of a Roland synthesizer and just started banging out some things, pressing every single button on there to get as many voices in as possible. Just like “Wow, listen to how many things my synthesizer can recreate!” *chuckles* It’s a hit and miss tape that’s for sure. But if you want to listen to the rest of the tracks I don’t blame you.