In the immediate aftermath of Copenhagen, China’s foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu accused Britain of demonizing and isolating China on the world stage. “We urge them to correct mistakes, fulfill their obligations to developing countries in an earnest way, and stay away from activities that hinder the international community’s cooperation in coping with climate change,” she said. It reinforced the narrative that the Communist leadership had been teaching for decades in China’s schools: The West was conspiring against them. Some far-left nationalists took it further. They began to argue that global warming is a hoax.
Somehow, it sorta works right now. Compressed sample decoding isn't quite right and the ADSR envelopes are bogus, but the melody is there and the instruments are recognizable. What's weird is that the CPU emulation is still screwed up in a way that causes the various tracks to eventually desync. Apparently, Konami's sound player has independent data streams for each of the eight sound channels. The result is that the different bass and melody tracks eventually rotate away from each other in the looping portion of the song, and it sounds pretty cool, like a remix. I'm going to have to save off this version and figure out how to reproduce this bug later after I've gotten the emulation working correctly.