No, you can't. In GeePee32: Only basic stuff like smc, cpu, gfx is emulated (no sound, dma, timers, ...).Weeeeellll, you *could* use GeePee32; it does support a lot of stuff. but its also slow as hell compared to the real thing, and lacking in sound. So if you're intending on including sound, it might be best to get the hardware.
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