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  1. 234 downloads

    225 sound effects to use for your Nintendo Game Boy Color wheel.
  2. 263 downloads

    225 sound effects to use for your Nintendo Game Boy wheel.
  3. Having problems here too, but I haven't been quite so lucky. Through a combination of resetting my passwords, exiting HyperSync and rebooting my computer I've managed to get logged in with HyperSpin credentials, but not EmuMovies. I can log in on the Emumovies website and FTP so I know my credentials are good. I don't actually need access to the EmuMovies sync at the moment though, so I'm just sharing my experience in case it helps anyone.
  4. Thanks. I'll start a new thread when I have something worth sharing.
  5. Looking for some advice here. I'm setting up a Game Boy wheel and noticed that HyperSync doesn't have any Game Boy wheel sounds available for download, so I've started recording my own. Assuming others would be interested once I'm finished, is there an official submission/verification process? I don't know if my current recording method would meet whatever guidelines may be in place. At least for now, I've been obtaining them via BGB's wave file writer with non-essential sound channels turned off, then converting individual sound effects to 320KBPS MP3s with Audacity. I'm considering volume balancing them with MP3Gain when I'm done to bring them to roughly 99dB, which is approximately the volume level of the expanded main menu wheel sound pack with 322 sounds. I've created a folder on the FTP with a couple of samples in case anyone would like to hear some preliminary results.
  6. Hey vindic8r, I'd be interested in helping with this. Is there any software in particular you recommend for converting the videos to the standard you've recommended? (MP4, H264, 640x480) And if they aren't taken, I'd be willing to take on Atari 2600/5200/7800.
  7. Echoing the above sentiments here. I've been quietly paying attention to this project for some time now but for one reason or another have never quite finished configuring a build. What little bit of HyperSpin I've managed to see in action has kept me coming back, though, so that's finally about to change with my first build, supporting a whopping 3 systems. Anyways, I don't know how you guys do it, but thanks to everyone on the HS team for this amazing project!
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