Homebrew developer KazoWAR has released a new version of NDS Music Player, an alternative audio player for the DS that uses Nintendo's own SSEQ sequence format, allowing users to play tracks from commercial games.
Automatic play mode added. Push select to enable/disable it.
Track Fadeout option added. Push Y to make it happen. (Will also happen in auto-play mode after 2 loops of a given sequence.)
File names with special characters, like Pokemon, no longer cause problems for SPS Maker.
Pause mode added. Push Start to pause/resume a given sequence.
Single track sequence support added.
seq_bpm bug fixed. Now sequences that expect to be played back at 360 bpm, actually correctly play back at 360 bpm, instead of 240 bpm, queueing up the remaining 120 for a future sequence that expects to be played slower.
NDS Music Player is a homebrew that uses fincs' SSEQ Player to play SSEQ music off of ROMs on your SD card. You need to run SPSMaker on your computer to generate a SPS file for each game. The SPS files contain info for the game's SDAT files to make loading the music way faster than reading the sdat data directly from the ROM.
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