A 16-bit Sparta base is an old-school-type custom base made to sound like audio coming out of a 16-bit soundchip. Jedi787plus's PC-98 Remix, the first 16-bit base, uses FM synthesis (the most typical technique used for 16-bit audio/music) and PSG (a carryover from the 8-bit era, mostly used for percussion and also for backwards compatibility) as generated by the Yamaha YM2203/OPN and YM2608/OPNA soundchips used in NEC PC-9801 computers. Tachin1994's Mario Paint Remix, on the other hand, uses then-advanced sample synthesis in the form of ADPCM, just as generated by the Sony SPC700 sound coprocessor found in the Super NES/Super Famicom.

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