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Chase HQ2 OST - Attract Mode

If you want top quality sound you will need a HQ usb 2.0 interface that has a TRUE HI Z instrument input. Something like a RME Baby Face pro. Studio monitors are the best for output. The cheapest way to do this is use a Focusrite 2i2 or other lowend interface (Which clips like crazy cause they lie when they say HIZ the LQ interfaces dont have a real HIZ inputs so to get around this use a cheap DI box with a 10-20 db pad then go into any true bypass pedal to get the right megaohms level then to your interface. Use short high quality cables. The sound quality will be killer!!! Alot better than trying to hook up straight into 5.1. There are other ways like using a real Hughes Kettner tubemeister amp head in recording mode with built in redbox. It comes down to how much money you wanna spend it can get pretty elaborate. My cheap way was still $700.00 for everything (Monitors are the most expensive part.) The key point here is to be able to play live by (monitoring your input inside your DAW) at 96khz using 64 bit Vst plugins with near 0 latency! Like 5ms or below. Distortion sounds alot more realistic at 96khz not so fizzy and an eq also becomes your best friend, Favorite Guitar plugins are: Overloud TH3, S-GEAR2, Vandal. There is so many more too many to list but in my opinion these are the top 3! One other thing to mention is turn off the default cabs in your amp sim and use the many available better sounding Cab impulse response IRs for short. Very best site for Vst heads:

Chase HQ2 OST - Attract Mode

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Supermodel Emulator: Currently i am unable to get my Triggers working as Accelerator and Brake respectively in Racing games, the face buttons do seem to work and so do start and back button and also shoulder buttons (LB and RB) seem to work as well.

Note: Usually if you get everything working before you add it to hyperspin it should work thru hyperspin/rocketlauncher! Plus dont forget theres a note under the rocketlauncherUI installed modules tab there are Notes be sure to highlight the supermodel.ahk (blue highlight when clicked on) then hit the 3rd little stickynote looking icon on the toolbar! Always read those.

In 1990 Amstrad introduced the "Plus" range which tweaked the hardware in many ways and added a cartridge slot to all models. The Plus included the 464 Plus, 6128 Plus and the GX4000 video game console (which is a cut down Plus without the keyboard nor support for non-cartridge media). All of the range included a cartridge slot and additional hardware improvements.

These models did not do very well in the marketplace, failing to attract any substantial third party support. The 8-bit technology behind the Plus was starting to look a little out of date by 1990 and users resented the substantial price hike for cartridge games compared to their tape and disc counterparts. However, the Plus machines did sell well in France where Amstrad still had a large following due to the success of the classic CPC range there.

The GX4000 is a game console based on a 6128 Plus without a floppy controller or keyboard (although it is actually possible to modify one, add a floppy controller and a keyboard and use it as a Plus). It was delivered with two game paddles (as the ones delivered with the Plus models) and Burnin' Rubber on cartridge (without BASIC).

The Plus and GX4000 cartridges access the Plus hardware improvements, but specific software can be created using the extra features without the need of cartridge hardware (contrary as it was claimed by Amstrad in 1991). The extra features are not locked by a hardware mechanism but only by a special 17 bytes-length sequence send to the CRTC. So, it's possible for everyone to create his/her own software on the Plus, using the extra features available through a ASIC I/O page. Except the extra-features, the 464 and 6128 Plus machines are almost fully compatible with the classic CPC generation. Some minor differences are noticeable in the components (PPI, CRTC, Gate Array) contained in the ASIC and in the interrupt mechanism in vectorised mode.

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