This file contains additional information, probably added from the digital camera or scanner used to create or digitize it.
If the file has been modified from its original state, some details may not fully reflect the modified file.
Another 8-bit custom Sparta base by me. Done entirely in MML (Music Macro Language) and compiled to M.Kajihara's P.M.D. FM-music format on a DOS emulator with Kajihara's MC.EXE music compiler.
You can call it either "Sparta SSG Mix" or "Sparta PC-88 Remix", because I can't think of a more-fitting title, in spite of the circumstances to be given later below.
This is how the Sparta Remix would've sounded like if it were composed twenty-five years earlier on a Japanese 8-bit NEC PC-8,801 home computer with a Yamaha YM2,149 SSG soundchip. Sure, the very first sound-enabled PC-88s launched in the early 1,980's had only the aforementioned SSG chip (technically a licensed clone of the General Instruments AY-3-8,910 PSG), but some PC-88s later sported either the YM2,203/OPN or the YM2,608/OPNA soundchip, the same Yamaha FM-synthesizer chips found on the more-expensive 16-bit PC-9,801 (PC-98) computers. Still, the name "PC-88 Remix" is the best-fitting choice in my opinion because of the "8"s in "PC-88".