Beep Beep!

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Beep Beep!

Post by Quzar » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:51 pm

After hearing the obnoxious no-battery beep every time I start up for the past few years, I decided to try to make the VMU beep on my own. Not wanting to erase data, and knowing that it's not in the LCD, I tried for the clock, and used the same stuff as the purupuru, and well ... it worked!

So, after a lot of fiddling, I got some good sounds, and decided to release it ala purupuru in a test package ripped from Sinister Tengu's for puru.

So far I've only been able to make a beep out of the last byte and by making the first nibble smaller than the second
Example: 0x000065f0

I intend to clean this up, and expand on it for formal adding to kos later on (timed beeps, etc). But for now, enjoy!
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VMUBeep_src.zip
Sources to VMUBeep Test 2
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VMUBeep_bin.zip
Unscrambled Binary of VMUBeep Test 2
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