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MAME and Music?

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I've heard of a jukebox feature in Kawaks that will allow you to play the music in a ROM without actually playing the game (I believe many did this when neogamez was releasing SvC piece-by-piece). Is there a similar feature in MAME for exporting/playing music? Wouldn't mind getting Kazuki's BGM from samsho4 in MP3.




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I think ur best bet right now is actually playing the rom, put a cheat on for infinite timer, and then record the music with a music recorder :/

Thats one practical solution i can think of right now :(



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It seems a bit daft, but how do you record sounds from windows? Which program do you have to use and how do you use it? :P



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Why don't you try this link:

http://caesar.logiqx...nd_player.shtml :P

It have several programs to extract music from your roms.

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