This is just a slightly modified version of the standard DOSBOX emulator. I have just hacked in my own shader which emulates some aspects of old CRT monitors, as I prefer to play emulated games with such a filter, and the built-in dosbox filters are not to my taste. I made this because I wanted it myself, but since I have it I thought I’d share it. There’s probably lots of things which could be done better, but it’s good enough for my needs right now, so leaving it like this for now.
Not a major news item, obviously, and just one among countless contributions to open source that pass by unnoticed every day, but every now and then, it seems only prudent to highlight one.
Is there something like this that exists in the audio world, sort of a filter that makes music sound like it’s coming from an FM radio? Not the static, but the… well, whatever the hell FM does to music that makes it sound like FM
I try to listen to 80’s music on streaming, but having grown up listening to it mostly on FM radio, it sounds too ‘clean’. Surely, I’m not the only one? I figure an audience interested in dirtying up an image by applying a CRT filter to it might appreciate where I’m coming from.
Edited 2018-05-15 21:34 UTC