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nosefart NSF plug-in

Featured Plugin, October 3, 2002.

plays audio ripped from NES games. nosefart is a Winamp plugin that plays NSF files. NSFs are music code/data ripped from NES games, much like the SID format is for C64 tunes.

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January 31, 2003 by matthew conte83789 downloads

nosefart NSF plug-in - Featured Plugin, October 3, 2002.

Staff review

For all the fans of the good old NES video game console...

You now have the chance to play the music from all your old favorite Nintendo games. Explore some memories long forgotten by listening to some cuts from Zelda... or conjure up some visions of your old game system by bumping some tracks from Contra....or... why not bring back those dark sci fi tunes of Metroid. Whatever your 8 bit flavor... you are now able to play the music on your Winamp. Very similar to the Nsften plug in... Nosefart allows you to listen to Nintendo songs in multichannel format... meaning, you can isolate certain instruments... for instance, if you don't like the percussion to that mario brothers track... you can take those out and just listen to the melodies... and vice versa.... a very great producers, break out your samplers and have a ball. -dg


Sounds good but buggy - I run a very stable Winamp, but once I installed NoseFart I got crashes on Winamp exit quite frequently, and also when trying to do a "tone://" url, in_nsf.dll crashed for some odd reason. Good idea, though :) - October 20, 2002 by Ethan T

Great! - I play my Ff1.nsf a lot on Winamp now... Yeah, look on Zophar's if you need some NSFs to go with this. If you loved the NES, get this, along with the music from your old favorites! - June 25, 2002 by Apple Matt

NSF! - nsf files are not hard to find. - March 1, 2002 by Nathan Ward

Supreme NSF Player - This is the best NSF player I know about, but it's really up to Version 1.92, and can be found at It's great to see it on - July 24, 2001 by uge tab

Nosey - This is cool. I thought I'd never hear it again. Finding the nsf-files is hard, however. - May 5, 2001 by Rebekka Steurs