Along with yesterday's 1964 release also came two VERY interresting new plugins made by Azimer : Both are audio plugins, one is labeled v0.30 and the other v0.30 revision 2 ! Talking to Azimer, I found out that the difference is that rev2 is based on a new audio codec, which doesn't really work with 100% of the games, while the other one is still based on the old one. That summons up the changes from the last version to the followings :<ul><li>Finished new Envelope Mixer for ABI 1 and ABI 3 (ABI 3 is still buggy)<br><li>Fixed bug that surfaced in v0.21. Many more roms shouldn't die on boot.<br><li>Added many hacks to be able to play RSP Audio in all roms I own (not reliable)<br><li>Added OldStyle v0.21 Audio option... This will make it the audio plugin less demanding<br><li>Added MP3 Audio (Buggy... I warned you!!!)</ul>Sounds like some cool features ! These updates push Azimer's audio plugin forward as the recommended one (though that can heavily change from system to system) - a recommended download for most N64 emus those days. To get all those SPU plugins, including the latest Azimer one, head over to the <a href="http://www.ngemu.com/n64/plugins.php?page=spu">N64 SPU plugins page</a> ! <br>And woah, what a surprise, when we're just at the topic, this is also a good chance to mention the interview I've done with Azimer recently It contains some interresting infos about his future plans and emulation in general, as you can see from this snipset :<ul><b>Bobbi : Ever thought about programming for another platform or planning to ?</b><BR><br>Oh definately. I've considered buying a DC just so I can work on a new platform. I also want to work on the NGC. I may get a chance to work on a WinCE based mobile pocketpc in a possible internship coming up soon. The company seemed very interested in my ability. That will be neat (new platform ) </ul>You can read the interview, along with several others (which I'll mention later on), in our articles section (right handed side) or directly by clicking <a href="http://www.ngemu.com/articles.php?action=view&rid=11">here</a>. Thanks again to Azimer for taking the time in his busy schedule for us !