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Old 15 November 2012, 17:40   #1
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DeliTracker2 + AHI noteplayer hiccups in WinUAE

Since DeliPlayer DeliTracker2 renders modules very accurately (unlike HippoPlayer and PlayOGG), I'd like to use it as my only player for them.
I'm having a problem that only happens when using AHI (through AHI noteplayer). It fails to keep a steady tempo.
It's difficult to explain, so here's an example:

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Does this happen on a real Amiga?

The problem never occurs with other applications using AHI. Tried with AHI 6.6 and 4.18 with same results. If I use the internal 14bit noteplayer, the tempo is correct but the sound quality obviously degrades very much. I also tried cycle-exact chipset emulation.

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