OK, first off, I don't know if this is against the rules. I don't think so, anyway.
Basically I have a couple of games where I like the music in them. The songs seem to be not in any visible folder on the CD or installation directory, so I assume that they must be stringed up in some data file.
Is it possible for me to run a 3rd party program that monitors the data being fed into my sound card or from the sound card to the speakers, so that I can get those songs without having to disassemble/decompile the data files (<--- that would be illegal to go more into here)?
Better yet, is there a program out there that can digitise the "Aux In" data being fed into the sound card? So, if there is a copy protected music CD, you can just play it on a player that can play it and plug the "Aux In" cable into the sound card to get a copy. Is the data in the "Aux In" cable still digital or has it been converted to analogue already?