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Format:Digital Sound Elements

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The Digital Sound Elements engine was released by Procyon Studios on July 1, 2007 for use on the PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, and Wii. Games it was used in include Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness & Time. Like some other sound engines, not that much is known about this engine due to the rarity of usage on the DS.

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Features and Abilities

  • Depending on the platform, it can multi-stream audio.
  • 2 port 32 channels (DS using 1 port 16 channels).
  • Lightweight and quick.

Formats

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SWDL
Stores samples as well as preset information, used by the sequenced music. Filetype is ".swd".
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SMDL
A brief description of the sub-page. Filetype is ".smd".
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SEDL
A brief description of the sub-page. Filetype is ".sed".
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SADL
A brief description of the sub-page. Filetype may be ".sad".


(Source: GBAtemp, Project Pokémon, Procyon Studios (via Internet Archive))