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App for playing Nintendo music


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  1. neutron

    neutron Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Does anyone know if there's an app that will play Nintendo music? The files I'm talking about are .NSF files. There's an app on WinMo that will do it but I haven't seen anything for Android that will.
     

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  2. neutron

    neutron Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Bump....

    There has to be an app that does it or an app that can be easily programmed to do that.
     
  3. jodaboda

    jodaboda Well-Known Member

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    original nes 8 bit are midi files. I have a bunch of them (smb 1/2/3, zelda, tetris, etc) on my phone as midi files and use them as ringtones. They can be played as normal audio files.

    If you really want nsf (I've never heard of it), maybe you can use Audacity to convert them...
     
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  5. neutron

    neutron Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    That app works, sort of. NSF files contain all of the sounds/music from NES games. Unfortunately there's no way to select a subsong when playing an NSF file. :( I'd like to contact the app developer if I knew who he/she was.

    Thank you!!
     

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