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PATCH:
MODE 1 PATCH (by "Ti" - Compatible with both the MegaSD and the Mega Everdrive Pro)

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Mode 1 patch (Made by "Ti" and modified by "Retroplay" - Everdrive and Mega SD compatible)
This version of the patch must be applied to the rom with this name and checksums:

Code:
Name: Rock n' Roll Racing (USA).md
Size: 1048576
CRC32: 6abab577
MD5: 530c58317b5626fa15b77adab0aacc9d
SHA1: 9793572b6d64c85c1add0721c3be388ac18777d6

Audio pack for use with this patch: Original 6 track audio pack (by "Retroplay")

darthvaderx alternative audio pack: https://mega.nz/file/SB10TQbI#YAKsmz2G24u2rPkAeoFwXJwuKpFJHhkIfYH2lraDstE (see this link for track listing)

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EMULATOR:
GENESIS PLUS GX RETROARCH CORE

AUDIO PACKS:
For MSU-MD and MD+ supported flash carts:
REAL TRACKS + SOME ADDITIONS (EverDrivePro and MegaSD Compatible) (BY "PEPODMC")

FOR EMULATORS:
REAL TRACKS OF THE GAME + SOME ADDITIONS (For Genesis Plus GX) (by "Pepodmc")
This music pack has tracks in "OGG" format made for use in the "Genesis Plus GX" retroarch core. That core, sometimes, has some problems if the tracks are in "WAV" format. But with tracks in "OGG" format it works OK, plus less size of the music packs.

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INSTRUCTIONS TO USE IN GENESIS PLUS GX (RETROARCH):


For the moment, use the "Genesis plus GX" i put in the thread, because the Core available in Retroarch to download its behind the last source changes, that enable to use all the msu-md patches. Rock & Roll racing is not one of the MSU-MD patched games, it uses an older type of Mode 1 hack, but its better to use this "Genesis Plus GX" from now on.

Put the core in this thread inside "cores" folder.

Then download the Sega CD bios (US,EU,JP) and put them in "System" folder.

The name of each files is:

"bios_CD_E"
"bios_CD_U"
"bios_CD_J"

And then, check in Retroarch if the files are the ones you need.
Open the emulator, in "load core" , select "Genesis Plus GX" , go back, enter in "information", then enter in "core information" and check this:

Rock n' Roll Racing (Mode 1) - Page 2 C1IurkR

If one of those three says "missing", its because the name of your bios files its wrong or its not the file you need, and will had to download from somewhere else. Without these files, the new tracks will not load. (depending of the region of the game)


And last, your rom must have the same name as the CUE file of the music pack. Change the file extension of your ROM from ".bin" to ".md". Always open the game from the ROM file of the game, not from the CUE.


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Relikk

Post Fri 7 Aug 2020 - 9:57 by Relikk

Perfect. Much appreciated. I've updated the link in the main article.

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Post Fri 7 Aug 2020 - 10:11 by -pepodmc

Retroplay wrote:Ah, sorry, I completely forgot about that.
See if this works better:
https://mega.nz/file/X4sznbrZ#Kpn9TwvRFaPtHyHGSuPc2HVrpxVAFBetja5gptyeEpw

(link also updated in my previous post)

How can i convert wavs into cue+iso with isobuster? i tried with no luck

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Post Fri 7 Aug 2020 - 11:15 by Retroplay

File->Open Image File - Select the cue sheet from cue/wav pack.
and then right click on CD, like this
Rock n' Roll Racing (Mode 1) - Page 2 Untitled-183kl2
Then save as RAW (*.bin, *.iso).
Selecting bin or iso doesn't matter, both will work fine.

You can also use chdman from MAME.

First, convert cue/wav to chd
chdman createcd -i "whoopie-doo.cue" -o "whoopie-doo.chd"
Then extract chd to bin/cue
chdman extractcd -i "whoopie-doo.chd" -o "whoopie-doo.cue"

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Leonardo_BVB@hotmail.com

Post Fri 7 Aug 2020 - 11:57 by Leonardo_BVB@hotmail.com

It works now! Thanks ever so much! Very Happy

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Post Sat 8 Aug 2020 - 11:59 by -pepodmc

Retroplay wrote:I don't know if MegaSD support looping.

Keep in mind this hack is neither an MD+ nor MSU-MD hack, it's a "generic" Mode 1 Sega CD hack.
That goes for Top Gear 2 by Ti as well.

This is from the guy who made the "toejam and Earl" patch:


"MSU-MD doesnt support loop., because actual mode 1 as implemented on Sega CD & on Mega Everdrive Pro doesn't support it. Only MD+ on the Mega SG supports this. Full track looping only"

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Post Sat 8 Aug 2020 - 12:02 by -pepodmc

-pepodmc wrote:
Retroplay wrote:I don't know if MegaSD support looping.

Keep in mind this hack is neither an MD+ nor MSU-MD hack, it's a "generic" Mode 1 Sega CD hack.
That goes for Top Gear 2 by Ti as well.

This is from the guy who made the "toejam and Earl" patch:


"MSU-MD doesnt support loop., because actual mode 1 as implemented on Sega CD & on Mega Everdrive Pro doesn't support it. Only MD+ on the Mega SG supports this. Full track looping only"

So for emulators users, will be necessary to gain mega sd support in emulators even if MSU-MD its already supported.
Or we will have to have separate music packs, because the Mega SD music packs will have loops that MSU-MD users will not be able to use.
For example. i was doing a music pack for the Sonic 1 mode 1 hack, and making 6 minutes loops for each stage (plus the other tracks of the game), the size is 573mb (iso+cue)
Or making all with ogg so the space will not be a problem.

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Post Wed 16 Sep 2020 - 17:14 by darthvaderx

I made a alternative version with 12 songs to be used in MSU-MD mode (Genesis Plus GX and Kega Fusion, the latter can be converted to mp3).



Tracklist:

01-Bad to the Bone (by Thorogood)
02-Paranoid (by Black Sabbath)
03-Highway Star (by Deep Purple)
04-Peter Gunn (by Henry Mancini)
05-Born to be Wild (by Steppenwolf)
06-Radar Love (by Golden Earring)
07-Kickstart my Heart (by Mötley Crüe)
08-Be Quick Or Be Dead (by Iron Maiden)
09-Smoke On The Water (by Deep Purple)
10-Cowboys From Hell (by Pantera)
11-Nine Lives (by Aerosmith)
12-Back In Black (by AC/DC)

Rock n' Roll Racing Mode 1 Tracks (12).7z

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Post Sun 13 Dec 2020 - 17:59 by darthvaderx

Interesting, in the case of MSU-MD, I added three songs from my set that were not in the 97 tracks pack, however when I edited the .cue file it was not recognized by Kega Fusion (only the effects were heard), so for this a maximum of 97 tracks are recognized. (I don't know anything about Genesis Plus GX and flashcards.)

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Post Wed 16 Dec 2020 - 11:30 by zaphro72

darthvaderx wrote:Interesting, in the case of MSU-MD, I added three songs from my set that were not in the 97 tracks pack, however when I edited the .cue file it was not recognized by Kega Fusion (only the effects were heard), so for this a maximum of 97 tracks are recognized. (I don't know anything about Genesis Plus GX and flashcards.)

Anybody got this to work on Mega Everdrive Pro? I tried and didn't have any luck yet.

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Post Wed 16 Dec 2020 - 11:48 by darthvaderx

Is the game running without the soundtrack or does it even start? In case it's just the tracks, I don't know if the Mega Everdrive Pro has support for Sega CD mode-1.

(Edit: Not in the features list.)


   Cyclone IV FPGA
   16MB PSRAM and 1MB SRAM memory
   High quality 6-layers PCB with hard gold surface finish
   Supported ROM formats: Genesis, 32X, Mega-CD, Master System, NES*
   Ram cart for Mega-CD
   CD bios swap function turns off region locks for Mega-CD games
   Hardware MegaKey turns off region locks for Genesis games
   YM2413 core for Master System games
   SVP core support
   Pier Solar mapper support
   In-game menu. You can save game or return to system menu without physical reset
   In-game menu supported for Genesis and Master System modes
   Full EEPROM saves support
   Real time clock for logging date and time of saves
   ARM based 32bit I/O co-processor for SD and USB operations acceleration
   Up to 1024 files per folder or unlimited if file sorting is disabled
   Multi slot save states. 100 save states slots for each game
   Instant ROM loading
   USB port for development and system update without removing SD card
   Battery voltage monitoring. Battery can be replaced in time if it runs dry
   Game Genie cheats support

*32X games require 32X addon to be attached.
*NES core has limited compatibility. Refer to user manual for details.
*NES core currently supported only for NTSC systems.
*For Mega-SG "Zero lag" option should be turned off for NES games (accurate Genesis timings required).

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Post Wed 16 Dec 2020 - 11:55 by zaphro72

darthvaderx wrote:Is the game running without the soundtrack or does it even start? In case it's just the tracks, I don't know if the Mega Everdrive Pro has support for Sega CD mode-1.


I thought the MSU-MD format was based in Mode 1 but I could be wrong. In the case of this one the rom is just black when I start. All the other ones boot up and work fine just having issues with the 97 track one right now.

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Post Wed 16 Dec 2020 - 13:55 by zaphro72

So I only left 31 tracks in the cue sheet to test it our and if I do that I can get the rom to work. Sounds like a track limit thing for the cue sheet might be the issue. Will try adding them back in to see if I can determine the line.

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Post Thu 17 Dec 2020 - 0:52 by zaphro72

So I got it to work with 44 tracks on my Mega Everdrive Pro, but then I take those exact same files on an identical SD card on the same Mega Everdrive Pro and I get the endless loop of the first song. Not sure what's going on

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