ripping midis from Pokémon X & Y?

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  1. Reshiram_Addict
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    is it possible? what do I need to get it done? I am looking for a few midis from the game (particularly Super Training midi) that I cannot find
     
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    GamerzHell9137 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Are the songs even midis? I think not. And no, you can't.
     
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    you could with the regular DS games, why not 3DS?
     
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    DS Games =/= 3DS Games
     
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    It cant even make it onto flashcarts, I dont think this is possible
     
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    No, the midi era died with the DS, at least for most games and Pokemon is one of them. Music for 3DS games is pre-recorded (regular audio files, not sequences).
     
  7. Ryft

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    Did you want the song from the main Super Training screen or while actually playing one of the games?
     
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    or you can just buy the soundtrack on iTunes or listen to the HQ soundtrack on YT.
     
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    This is actually a really nice tune lol

    Also, if you want to rip audio from 3DS, you could use a 3.5'' male-male audio cable. Plug one end into the headphones jack of the 3DS and the other into your computers Mic port and use a program like Audacity to record from it. You can then use Audacity to edit the sound file however you want.
     
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    Sorry, dude! For a long while now we've been able to simply open up DS roms and sap the music out of them in MIDI-ish format, but it might be a while until we can do the same for 3DS games. The closest we can come now is recording gameplay from the 3DS' headphone jack!

    Like ol' Sheimi said, you'll have to settle for Youtube recordings, or better yet, Nintendo has pretty much every track from the game up for grabs on iTunes! Sure, you won't be able to edit them in a sequencer, but it's better than nuthin'!