Bless all the state-of-the-art Genesis emulators out there. However, the reason I'm still sad to have seen Genecyst disappear is because of its one unique feature: the function where it displays a precise readout of all the sounds generated by the emulated YM2612 and PSG channels, in real time. The ASDR levels of each of the 4 operators on each FM channel, the oscillators used, even the LFOs were all represented. All that gave me a crystal-clear idea of how the "instruments" were programmed, and was invaluable while I was creating MIDIs for vgmusic.com in the early 00's. Although we all can isolate any sound channel during chiptune playback or ripping, I miss seeing the exact breakdown. I don't follow the emulation scene very closely, but AFAIK, there are no emulators nowadays that do the same thing, and there won't be an XP Genecyst. That's what I'm asking: if there's anything out there right now that does that kind of thing... perhaps a .gym or .vgm player I'm not aware of. Thanks.