The 700 Club is a music disk for the Super Nintend Entertainment System / Super Famicom by mic.

Release notes:

A while back I wrote a VGM playback driver for the SPC (S-SMP/S-DSP, i.e. the sound chip found in the SNES), which I released along with a tool that converted .vgm/.vgz files into .spc files. You can find it here ( ) (source code included).

Anyway, I decided to put together a SNES-side GUI and create a musicdisk with some hand-picked tunes from the Sega Master System & Game Gear, much like Oxygene ( ) and Censor ( ) have done in the past for other formats.

This is the result of that work. Tested only on a PAL SNES unit, and in BSNES. Please don’t use ZSNES or Snes9x – both of them had atrocious sound emulation last time I checked.

Here’s a youtube clip ( ) recorded from my SNES for those of you who can’t be arsed to run BSNES or put the ROM on a flash cart.