|Beam Software Sound Engine
||ASM?, MIDI?, MOD?
Beam Software Sound Engine is the official name of the sound driver used by Beam Software for their SNES games, programmed by Andrew Bailey. It is reported that Bailey converted NYNTH to the SNES.
The music was written on a sequencer, though it was a conversion of NYNTH, the SNES was superior in sound quality, indicating that the S-SMP had more than the original 2A03 of the NES, as both NYNTH and BSSE used the same assembly language, but the converter had to account the differences between the 2A03 and S-SMP.
The driver was first used in Super Smash TV. It was used in more games developed by Beam Software afterwards. Marshall Parker is the only one who used the driver.