When I had a career as a SEGA DJ I would write the best tunes on the cartridges. It was possible in all games to access a "sound test" menu by pressing some secret controller combo and playing all music and effects. I did beat matching by using PAL or NTSC consoles, as the music and sound timing would run in the screen vsync, music would play slower on PAL.
Here are some details: https://blog.conifer.rhizome.org/2020/06/11/webrecorder-conifer.html
This is for the true headz who are trying to submit a grant right now: https://grants-gov.blogspot.com
I like playing http://monsterbreeder.com/
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