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Thread: Extracting Sound From A Ps Game

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    Hi,
    I'm looking to get a piece of music from a game, namely Tomb Raider II
    The Piece of music is in Lara's Home (i think it was a kind of practise mode?)
    You hit a switch by her stereo and it played a classical piece of music,
    But I have'nt got a clue what it was called?
    Hence I was wondering if there's such a thing, piece of software that would let you extract sound from a PSone Game?
    Anyone got any Idea's??

    Cheers!

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    I think there is, im not sure but i think the PSone music is .XA right?

    If it is use this: PSmplay


    Altough i think it would be easier to have some kind of program to record "what you hear" so you can play back that song in the PSone emulator and then record it

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Thanks!!

    Yeah a record what you hear prog would be good!

    I suppose If i knew what the music was called maybe I could find it
    Surely there must be music CD's of game music etc.??

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    Have you tried searching in Kazaa and eMule for Tomb Raider audio? A lot of game music has already been ripped by others. If not, maybe you can use an emulator like Bleem to play the game on your PC, and use a program like Fraps or Goldwave to capture the audio while you play.

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    I've found PSound to be pretty good.

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    It's track #35

    I remember it was on the game music somewhere when you just put it in a cd player. Use a program to convert track 35 into an Mp3.

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