Effect Gxx

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Gxx is the note delay effect. It sets the delay before the current row is triggered (anything sound that was playing until the row it's used on will keep on playing until the delay is over).

xx = amount of time to wait (delay in NES audio engine updates). When xx > 150 (or 125 if PAL mode is used) × 6 ÷ Speed, the current row will be delayed no further than the next row.

Example

C-4 00 F G03
--- -- - ---
C-4 00 - G06
G-4 00 - ---

C-4 and G-4 are notes, 00 is instrument number, F is volume. Tempo set to 150, speed set to 6, NTSC mode used. The first C-4 is delayed by 3 frames while the second C-4 is not audible because it is forced to be played in row 03 but there is already a note.


Effect list
0xy - arpeggio 1xx, 2xx - pitch slides 3xx - portamento 4xy - vibrato
7xy - tremolo Axy - volume slide Bxx - jump to frame Cxx - stop
Dxx - skip frame Exx - volume Fxx - speed and tempo Gxx - note delay
Hxy, Ixy - hardware sweep Hxx - FDS modulation depth Ixx, Jxx - FDS modulation speed Pxx - fine pitch
Qxy, Rxy - note slide Sxx - mute delay Vxx - duty/noise/wave mode Wxx - DPCM sample speed
Xxx - DPCM sample retrigger Yxx - DPCM sample offset Zxx - DPCM delta counter