> Why don't you try M1 instead? Don't forget Bridge M1, the
> most popular frontend for M1.
The YMxxxx (YM2151, YM2610, YM2612, YM3812, YM3834, YM2203, et al) cores in M1 are the same ones used in MAME, which happen to be accurate to the point that their output exactly matches the output of a real chip if you hooked it up to a scope.
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