nintendo ds music rip

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Elrinth, Aug 22, 2007.

Aug 22, 2007

nintendo ds music rip by Elrinth at 12:34 AM (1,358 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Elrinth
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    there was a topic here which pointed to a proggie to rip the nds music... anyone remember which topic? I'm not the best searcher ever...
     
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    It was called "DS Sound files reverse-engineered" or something.
     
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    Cool, you're welcome.
     
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    however, this is such a tedious process..
    here's what I have to do:
    fire up VGMtrans, open the rom... click each song and export for each song both mid and dls (that's 7 clicks for each song) (I wish there was a way to just EXPORT ALL to same folder in this proggie)

    After this is done, then I rename all the DLS to match the midi songs name. [​IMG] prolly takes longest... I could perhaps make a script for this.

    then after that I fire up Awave Studio, open batch convertor.. Click midi. then I add all midi files... Then I export to rmi files

    After that I open em up in ModPlug Tracker.. and save as .it or .mp3

    I can either play the RMI songs with winamp with DirectMusic set as device for midi, then the sound is badass (then it uses soundfont of your soundcard).. Or I can convert to it or mp3, but those get a bit loss of the quality.

    here's a step by step guide on another forum... http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=44850
     
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    DS uses midi music? :wtf:
     
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    .strm files basically are midi files. So kinda, but no.
     
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    oh wow thats so awesome
     
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    maybe its like .xt, when you have midi AND you have your instruments with it, like chiptunes.
    there is another possibility, thats is DS has a very good wave table.
     
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    Nah, the instruments are included with the files, which is why they sound completely wrong (sometimes the instruments are wrong) if you play them on you soundcard.
     

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