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    Default List of MCD games using the YM2612 for music?

    Current list: http://minirevver.weebly.com/ym2612o...-fm-towns.html

    Need to check:
    After Burner III - Title?
    Wondermega Collection - Quiz Scramble - Title?
    Pro Yakyuu Super League CD - in-game?
    NBA Jam - in-game?
    Starblade (MCD)? - arc ver. mixes fm+samples
    What is X'Eye demo - find
    Theme Park?
    Syndicate? - maybe the beginning of the intro
    Demolition Man? - probably not
    Daihoushinden - find
    BC Racers - title menu chip chords?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alianger View Post
    Wing Commander - Bar arcade mini-game, maybe more?
    All the in-game music is only YM2612.
    The room scenes have YM2612 + Ricoh RF5C164 (for the percussion/drums) for the most part.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alianger View Post
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    YM2612 + Ricoh RF5C164 (for the percussion/drums).

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    Pretty sure Space Adventure Cobra uses it.

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    Checked 1991-1992 on YT and updated the OP. Thanks for the suggestions so far.
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    Sega Arcade Classics Super Monaco GP has ym2612 + percussion/voice samples by the SEGA CD
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    Yeah it's in the list.
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    Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Grey Wolf.

    Turns out it has a Japan-only MEGA CD port. The CD-DA bonus tracks are never actually used ingame, as far as I'm aware.

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    Updated with 1993 games.
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    Updated with 1994 games.
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    Starblade has almost no music, and what little is there doesn't sound like FM to me.

    https://youtu.be/UdBd5EP-09o?t=18m36s

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    Probably doesn't use FM. But the FM is pretty subtle in the original arcade ost, so I want it checked in an emulator just to be sure.
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    List is finished except for a few games that still need checking (scroll down): http://minirevver.weebly.com/ym2612o...-fm-towns.html

    After Burner III - Title?
    Wondermega Collection - Quiz Scramble Title?
    Pro Yakyuu Super League CD - in-game?
    NBA Jam - in-game?
    Aworg: Hero in the Sky (MCD)?
    Starblade (MCD)? arc mixes fm+samples
    What is X'Eye demo - find
    Theme Park?
    Fatal Fury Special? probably neo geo recording
    Samurai Shodown? probably same
    Syndicate? maybe the beginning of the intro
    Demolition Man? probably not
    Daihoushinden - find
    BC Racers - title menu chip chords?
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    I have no clue what "Aworg: Hero in the Sky (MCD)?" is supposed to be.

    Aisle Lord maybe?
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    Ah, it's in one of the game cans! I was a bit befuddled since I know the Sega/Mega CD library pretty well and I'd never heard of that one.
    Quote Originally Posted by StarMist View Post
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