Need help with ripping music from Urban Choas:Riot Response

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#1

I’m trying to rip the music from the game Urban Choas Riot Response, but i’m having trouble in figuring out what to do. Any advice?


#2

[QUOTE=graylandertagger;2739921]I’m trying to rip the music from the game Urban Choas Riot Response, but i’m having trouble in figuring out what to do. Any advice?[/QUOTE]

Sometime they do come out with a Soundtrack of their popular game release. Have you check their site to see if they offer such soundtrack for the game?


#3

I tried, but the soundtrack isn’t there. There isn’t even a website for the game. Any othe advice.


#4

I have never copied a game sound track or even a modern game .
I recently tried to help another member do this but so far little success.
Maybe some of the software will work better for you.
MFAudio was the program he used. There are a couple of links in one of my posts to video.help forum that have some instructions.

http://club.myce.com/f34/burnout-3-audio-conversion-337364/

My end suggestion has been to use a screen capture program to create a audio/video file & use a converter to remove the audio track from that file.
There are many converters & you probably already have one. So I won’t suggest one for now.


#5

[QUOTE=graylandertagger;2739944]I tried, but the soundtrack isn’t there. There isn’t even a website for the game. Any othe advice.[/QUOTE]

If you can’t locate it that way then most likely they haven’t released it yet. But did you try to contact the company and ask them???


#6

[QUOTE=cholla;2739948]I have never copied a game sound track or even a modern game .
I recently tried to help another member do this but so far little success.
Maybe some of the software will work better for you.
MFAudio was the program he used. There are a couple of links in one of my posts to video.help forum that have some instructions.

http://club.myce.com/f34/burnout-3-audio-conversion-337364/

My end suggestion has been to use a screen capture program to create a audio/video file & use a converter to remove the audio track from that file.
There are many converters & you probably already have one. So I won’t suggest one for now.[/QUOTE]

I tried MFAudio, but when I extracted the audio from the file, the music was way too slow and deformed. Any other options.


#7

Well, I think you have two choices:

  1. To use an extractor in order to get hold of all sound files, including music. Check this site for special game archive unpackers: http://www.progamercity.net

  2. To record the music for instance with http://audacity.sourceforge.net/about/ and then edit etc. with the same software.

Good luck.


#8

I checked, the Progamercity.net site, but I don’t know where to go from there for an unpacker. The unpacker idea sounds like an interesting tool I could use.


#9

Register on the site and search the forums. There are a few which deal with game archive unpackers with links to download them.
Meanwile, try this: http://www.totalcmd.net/plugring/gaup.html.