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Super Jukebox 3.2 is without a doubt the best SPC player there is
it's also easy to use and has a lot of neat features, such as being able to alter pitch, change playback speed, record to WAV, adjust sample rate, choose track and fade-out length, adjust volume, and create playlists. You can also toggle the individual SNES sound channels on or off.
The file will have a .RSN file extension, rename it to .RAR; for some reason, that site thought it would be a good idea to rename a file extension that everyone could use to one where people would have to go through the trouble of renaming each file in order to get it to work.
If you have multiple files you'd like to rename, download Bulk Rename Utility to change all the file extensions simultaneously
I'm not sure what is the filter you can disable you're talking about. Is it the "Analog Simulation" checkbox ?
When it comes to dumping wavs, SJ can only dump at the same rate as the music is playing while Winamp can dump a 1 minute wav in like 5 seconds, so you'd probably use winamp unless you feel lazy too change it's configuration.
fb2k and Winamp's plugins do all this and more. GEP for instance has a visualiser in it similar to Super Jukebox, which is nice ot get all that detailed musical info. Or you can just use typical music visualisers like milkdrop, which I adore. Foobar2000 treats all filetypes the same way, meaning you can also use it with things like Last FM (not even Winamp does this), you can include SNES soundtracks in your media library so you can easily search for all soundtracks you have by a certain composer or franchise (for example), as well as take advantage of fb2k's own powerful tagging and sorting options. Converting to WAV, MP3, FLAC, whatever you want is possible within two clicks as well.
Blitz Lunar, when you that say Foobar's and Winamp's plugins can do all those things and more, were you referring to the programs together or individually? Even though Super Jukebox does everything that I want it to do, I might just give Winamp and Foobar another shot. Could you tell me all the plugins that I would need to do all of those things, especially in regards to interpolation, pitch, tempo, and volume, and maybe some instruction, if it's not too much trouble?
If the SNES filters it's own audio, then the N64 probably does the same thing
PPS - What do you mean by accuracy? Super Jukebox plays SPCs just fine, there aren't any notes that are cut out or mis-timed.
When it comes to dumping wavs, SJ can only dump at the same rate as the music is playing while Winamp can dump a 1 minute wav in like 5 seconds, so you'd probably use winamp unless you feel lazy to change it's configuration.
"Interpolation" is between "Sample rate" and "Mixing mode". And Super Jukebox records to WAV at least twice as fast when you leave the "Output with sound" check-box empty; but you're right in that Winamp still records the music at a much faster rate.
There is also a slight possibility some SPC sets won't play in Super Jukebox, some of the ones that employ hacks to make them work properly. I know this set seems to cause problems on some players.
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