Originally Posted by alexh
I don't know if this is of any use but a long time ago Amiga & Atari coder Mr.STYCKX (aka Nicolas Pomarede) wrote a YM2149 emulator for the Amiga and his archives include the musics from "Where time Stood Still". He is still active in the Atari scene and co-maintains the Atari emulator Hatari.
The main MyST archive includes the YM2149.bin which works with 68000 and details in the DOC directory of how to use it.
Data Set 4 contains the Fred Gray music to WTSS (YM2149/Misc/YM.WhereTimeStoodStill)
Ok at 20% utilisation of a standard 68k it may be a little slow for use with A500 but still potentially a fun and easy implementation for accelerated Amiga's?
Bugger, it appears the author had plans to write a specific binary file that could be included in stuff like i'm doing, but he's never actually gone ahead and written it
Considering he wrote the MYST stuff back in 1998, I think its safe to say here in 2014, its not happening.
I suppose we could look at the specifics of how the replayer for Deliplayer/Eagle Player is implemented and maybe change that to a standalone binary like a normal Protracker routine with mt_init, mt_play and mt_stop functions.