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A Link to the Past DX Volume Adjustment for Emulators

Hack of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

Description:

If you play A Link to the Past DX on an emulator without this patch, the streamed music volume is likely to be a lot louder than it should be. This patch reduces the volume to an appropriate level. It is based on the volume_decrease.ips included with Conn’s alttp_msu1.ips (http://www.zeldix.net/t453-enable-msu-streaming-music-for-alttp), but adapted to work for A Link to the Past DX (http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2234/). Make sure that you first apply loz3-dx_v1.2.ips before applying this patch.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Legend of Zelda - A Link to the Past, The (NA) (1.0) + loz3-dx_v1.2.sfc
  • CRC32: 2d57e33a
  • MD5: 9a2ce86dbbe9557d4fc876f74b1703b7
  • SHA1: ce8513a38afb82b60ee9473b9f66b5b7cd46a523
  • SHA256: c0babee5b5c8abc64ab58991527e7fc5f2cdfdea4c14a7b1b1b0d5c86436238a

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
VideogameScrapbookHacking

User Review Information

No longer necessary

Reviewed By: puzzledude on 30 Oct 2016

This patch is no longer needed, as it was made because of the volume problems on the SD2SNES device when running MSU-1 sound. The title is thus deceiving, as this has no connection with emulators. Now that the new firmware for SD2SNES was released, players can normally adjust their volume when playing SNES games with MSU-1 sound engine on the SD2SNES without needing this patch.

Version 1.0 Recommended - No

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Don't need this anymoreErockbrox05 Mar 20171.0No
No longer necessarypuzzledude30 Oct 20161.0No
Obsoleteqwertymodo30 Jun 20161.0No