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i was wondering, ohw do you do to extract music form videogames to use it then in mugen, i personally do it by using nebula jukebox, getting it to have a perfect loop is very difficult though

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Well there is a software called "Total Recorder". You can record music playing in your sound card and save it as a MP3 or WAV.

Search http://download.com and you should find a link. Also this is a trial version. ;)

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also, u can download them from kazaa or you can find midis of it and start recording or converting them to mp3s and.wavs :)

Thats what i do for my flashes ;)

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If you're like me and own a Soundblaster Live card or newer.....you can just set your recording source in any program to "What you hear" and capture whatever is going on at the time, on your PC.

Soundblaster cards rule the PC gamer's sound world..........

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If you're like me and own a Soundblaster Live card or newer.....you can just set your recording source in any program to "What you hear" and capture whatever is going on at the time, on your PC.


Thats's exactly what Total Recorder does. It doesn't record from the MIC like the other immitations. :D

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i still prefer using nebula jukebox to any other method mentioned :D

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i still prefer using nebula jukebox to any other method mentioned :D

Ditto. :D

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the problem with some music from snk games is that they have like a samll intro, then the theme and when it loops it skips the intro, but that is very difficualt to do when you record it




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