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Extract music from NeoGeo roms

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There are a couple of catchy tunes that I liked from a handful of neogeo games, is there any way of extracting the music from the roms?

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There is a tool at Zophar's Domain called VX2WAV...For ripping sounds from the V roms.

Edited by Agozer, 10 February 2004 - 12:54 PM.


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Ooo, cool! Let me try this out!

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Or you could use NeoJukebox....

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I just let the music play and log it to sound wave. Then I go edit it a bunch. Thats how I made my mp3.

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All Neo-geo music/effects start from offset $0720. It's easier to log WAVs through the Universe BIOS.

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Yeah, I just used vx2wav and it wasn't pretty.

Agozer, what do you mean by log WAVs through the Universe BIOS?
NeoMaster, let it play through what and log it how?

Edited by Lightsier, 10 February 2004 - 01:27 PM.


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The Universe BIOS has a built-in jukebox...Different memory addresses have different tracks. Just access it from the main menu and start the playback....Then hit whatever button was assigned for the WAV record. (On NeoRAGEx, this is number 7)

Basically pressing the button saves the current audio playback to a WAV and then you can later convert it to MP3.

EDIT: Corrected the wrong WAV record key.

Edited by Agozer, 10 February 2004 - 07:45 PM.


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I see, cool. I'll use NeoRageX then.

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I use kawaks to record stuff. Just press the "-" or "+" on the numpad to scroll through sounds. Its best to go into practice mode and let the characters dance for awhile while you record the sound. There should be an option to Save to soung Log in Kawaks. This works for fighting games. If its a game like metal slug...enter the stage and press pause while you record the music.

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Looks like there are many methods other than Nebula Jukebox itself. :D

Oh yeah. Personally I dislike vx2wav program much. :)




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