I found that command-line player Damp (http://www.damp-mp3.co.uk/) will 
work with the Soundscape OPUS, then that Jukemp3 
(http://jukemp3.20m.com/) will also work.  Jukemp3 reportedly 
incorporates Damp as a backend.

I could not get these working:
- Mpxplay (I also posted at their forum and got no response)
- Open Cubic Play (http://www.cubic.org/player/index.html)
- XTCPlay (https://files.scene.org/browse/demos/groups/sanction/)
- MPR (http://www.micosyen.com/mp3.php?button=MP3)
- DSS (downloaded via http://www.opus.co.tt/dave/sound.htm)
- DosAmp (downloaded via ftp://ftp.sac.sk/pub/sac/sound/dosamp08.zip) - 
This did play slowly, but I couldn't figure out a way to adjust it.

On 6/13/2015 4:23 PM, John Hupp wrote:
> I have been using MPXP160D, which worked fine with a Media Vision 
> Jazz16 (emulates a SoundBlaster Pro).
> I can add mplayer to the list of candidates, but I was hoping not to 
> slog through it by trial and error, wishing that someone knew enough 
> to say what will work.
> On 6/13/2015 3:48 PM, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> May I ask which edition of mpxplay  you are trying?
>> there is a dos port of mplayer, but this may be overkill perhaps?
>> On Sat, 13 Jun 2015, John Hupp wrote:
>>> The Ensoniq Soundscape OPUS (OPUS ES-5530 chip) is a 16-bit ISA card
>>> that was manufactured for Gateway by Ensoniq. It provides SoundBlaster
>>> emulation.
>>> Under FreeDOS 1.1 on a vintage rig with an AMD K6/233 and 64MB, I have
>>> it set up successfully to play DOOM, with SB selected for music and
>>> sound effects. I am also successfully playing CD's with SJGPLAY.
>>> SET BLASTER is A220 I5 D1 T1.
>>> I was trying to play MP3's with MPXPLAY, but so far that has 
>>> failed.  It
>>> does not recognize the card or the SB emulation.
>>> In MPXPLAY.INI, I tried changing SoundcardName=AUTO to ENS, SBA, S16,
>>> ESS and SBP, but none of those worked.
>>> Does anyone know how to get MPXPLAY working with this card? Or know of
>>> another DOS MP3 player that will work with it?

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