ATTENTION! This guide requires basic knowledge in making a working sound.bin If you don't know how to, read this tutorial by gundalf (member of 0RANGECHiCKEN): Warning: Spoilers inside! How to make sound.bin Tools you will need (as it relates solely to looping sound.bin files]: - WAVosaur [Freeware] 1. Getting Started Using Audacity, open an audio file and convert it to a WAV with 16bit PCM mono Trim it to the length audio sample you want, but don't forget that a sound.bin is really just a short tune, and should be kept under about 15 seconds [Not a hard and fast rule though] 2. WAVosour is here! Open the audio file you just made in WAVosaur Activate the loop mode 3. Editing With loop mode activated, WAVosour will loop the part of the audio you have selected with the cursor This is helpful to founding a correct looping point in your sound file. 4. Setting the Loop Point If you have found an perfect point, then just go to TOOLS > LOOP > CREATE LOOP POINTS 5. Finish Now save it, rename it to sound.bin and sign it with the IMD5 Signer.