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The '''''Yamaha YM2151''''', also known as the '''''OPM''''' ''(FM Operator Type-M)'' is an eight-channel, four-operator sound chip. The chip was first used in 1984 with [[Atari]]'s [[Marble Madness (ARC)]] and continued to be used heavily throughout the 1980s. Some of its most notable platforms include the [[Sharp X1]] and [[Sharp X68000]] home computers.
 
The '''''Yamaha YM2151''''', also known as the '''''OPM''''' ''(FM Operator Type-M)'' is an eight-channel, four-operator sound chip. The chip was first used in 1984 with [[Atari]]'s [[Marble Madness (ARC)]] and continued to be used heavily throughout the 1980s. Some of its most notable platforms include the [[Sharp X1]] and [[Sharp X68000]] home computers.
 
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==Games==
 
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Marble Madness - ARC - Beginner Race.ogg}}
 
| {{Song-Box|02 - Marble Madness - ARC - Beginner Race.ogg}}
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| 1985-10-??
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| [[Gauntlet (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|01 - Gauntlet - ARC - Gauntlet Theme.ogg}}
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| 1986-09-??
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| [[Outrun (ARC)]]
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| YM2151 with Sega PCM
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| {{Song-Box|03 - OutRun - ARC - Magical Sound Shower.ogg}}
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| 1986-??-??
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| [[Rolling Thumder (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Rolling Thunder - ARC - In-Game 2.ogg}}
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|-
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| 1987-03-??
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| [[Bionic Commando (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|03 - Bionic Commando - ARC - Bionic Commando Theme.ogg}}
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|-
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| 1987-11-??
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| [[Shinobi (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Shinobi - ARC - BGM 2.ogg}}
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|-
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| 1988-??-??
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| [[Altered Beast (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|01 - Altered Beast - ARC - Rise From Your Grave (Round 1, 4).ogg}}
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| 1989-06-??
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| [[Golden Axe (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Golden Axe - ARC - Wilderness.ogg}}
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| 1998-??-??
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| [[Red Hawk (ARC)]]
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| YM2151
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| {{Song-Box|}}
 
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Revision as of 03:25, 9 August 2018

Yamaha YM2151
Yamaha YM2151.PNG
Developer: Yamaha
Released: 1983-??-??
Type: Chip
Channels:

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The Yamaha YM2151, also known as the OPM (FM Operator Type-M) is an eight-channel, four-operator sound chip. The chip was first used in 1984 with Atari's Marble Madness (ARC) and continued to be used heavily throughout the 1980s. Some of its most notable platforms include the Sharp X1 and Sharp X68000 home computers.

Games

List of Games
Release Game Chip Sample
1984-??-?? Marble Madness (ARC) YM2151
1985-10-?? Gauntlet (ARC) YM2151
1986-09-?? Outrun (ARC) YM2151 with Sega PCM
1986-??-?? Rolling Thumder (ARC) YM2151
1987-03-?? Bionic Commando (ARC) YM2151
1987-11-?? Shinobi (ARC) YM2151
1988-??-?? Altered Beast (ARC) YM2151
1989-06-?? Golden Axe (ARC) YM2151
1998-??-?? Red Hawk (ARC) YM2151
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  • This section is incomplete.

Downloads

Document Download
YM2151 Datasheet Download - (info)
YM2151 Synthesis Download - (info)

Gallery