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Noise Entertainment System


Noise Entertainment System
  • Publisher: Shaun Inman
  • Genre: Music
  • Released: 17 Dec, 2010
  • Size: 1.3 MB
  • Price: $1.99
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Description

FOUR CONSOLES. THREE GENERATIONS. TWO BUCKS. ONE APP.

Noise Entertainment System allows you to listen to your favorite classic chiptune soundtracks on your iPhone or iPod touch!

NoiseES 1.3 includes two original chiptune soundtracks from Horror Vacui 2 and The Last Rocket, both by NoiseES developer, Shaun Inman.

SUPPORTED FORMATS

Audio:
- .nsf/e (NES)
- .gbs (Game Boy)
- .vgm (Genesis)
- .spc (SNES)

Archive
- .zip
- .7z
- .rar
- .rsn

NSFe, SPC, VGM, or an archive containing GBS+M3U playlist are required for individual track titles and durations.

FEATURES

- Browse by Console, Album, Artist, Song, Company and Year!
- Search Song, Album, Artist or Company names!
- Create custom playlists!
- Like your favorite tracks!
- Repeat all, infinite loop and shuffle!

For more information about adding new music using iTunes File Sharing please see:

http://shauninman.com/noisees/noisees-itunes-file-sharing.html

What's New in Version 1.3.1

NEW FEATURE

- Added support for title, album, artist, and console artwork on iOS 5+ lockscreen

BUG FIXES AND IMPROVEMENTS

- Fixed memory leak in playlist path caching
- Fixed major memory leak in 16-bit emulation responsible for crashes during playback (especially with shuffle)
- Moved audio processing off main thread, should eliminate infrequent playback stuttering (especially in SNES support)

Screenshots

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