Running LSDJ on a Sony PSP
- get a psp capable of running homebrew games. (This means 1.5 firmware, a custom firmware, or an exploitable firmware. If you don't have one of these, it's worth to downgrade to 1.5 and optionally upgrade to a custom firmware as you can run emulators and useful homebrew apps on your PSP.
- Download RIN, a Gameboy and Gameboy Color emulator. Get it Here
- make a folder 'RIN_ROMS?' and put your lsdj roms (as many as you want(^-^)...as long as they have different names)
- put your 'RIN_ROMS?' folder in the memorystick/psp/game/ directory along with 'RIN' and 'RIN%' folders
- if your roms dont show up in the file browser then delete the folders from your memory stick and copy all over to thwe games folder again.
- load lsdj 3.5.1 or 2.6.3 or whatever.
- make a song (right?!)
- turn off psp and put the memory stick into your computer
- upload the lsdj battery sav to a compo or back it up or play it easily in any emulator.
- Snip! Nevermind, this runs full speed now. :)
- if you are a traditionalist, you load it onto a gameboy backup cart and record the actual chip sound ... or you can record the output of an emulator like No$ emu (which i believe is great for sound options
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