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05063 Sound Minor Always Nov 13, 2012, 03:04 Nov 21, 2012, 10:23
Tester pri88 View Status Public Platform MAMEUI
Assigned To Phil Bennett Resolution Fixed OS Windows XP
Status [?] Resolved Driver segas16a.cpp
Version 0.147u2 Fixed in Version 0.147u4 Build Normal
Summary 05063: shinobi, aliensyn2, quartet: Missing speech in sega16a games
Description I have tested several games in segas16a.c (eg. alien syndrome (set aliensyn2), shinobi, quartet).
they are all missing speech, and some audio clicking/glitching can sometimes be heard (often very loudly).

some examples:

alien syndrome: after inserting a coin, starting a game, and then selecting a player, instead of hearing the speech: "ROUND ONE", you instead hear loud clicking sounds. other speech in the game is also missing (audio clicks/glitches can often be heard instead, such as when a player loses a life, or at the GAME OVER screen).

shinobi: speech is now completely missing. you no longer hear the 'MISSION ONE' speech at the start of the game, and you no longer hear the ninja's speech sounds when he jumps in the air or punches enemies who are close to him.

quartet: after inserting a coin, starting a game, and then selecting a player, you no longer hear the speech "DESTROY THE BOSS.." other speech in the game is also missing.
Steps To Reproduce
Additional Information speech/sound in segas16b.c is working ok (eg. alien syndrome, shinobi....)
the speech in quartet can be heard working in mameui 0.147
Flags
Regression Version 0.147u2
Affected Sets / Systems shinobi, aliensyn2, quartet
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Relationships
related to 05062ResolvedPhil Bennett monsterb: Buzzing sound during opening and gameplay. 
Notes
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No.09094
Tafoid
Administrator
Nov 13, 2012, 23:24
What I need in affected sets are specific setnames to test. Fixed report up some and noted same regression as 05062
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No.09099
Osso
Developer
Nov 21, 2012, 07:14
Should have been fixed by Phil Bennett in r19053.