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Super Nes non SPC music by Koto at 7:23 PM EDT on April 15, 2018

I want to record Lost Vikings and Lost Vikings 2 music, but I cannot find any emulator which can log WAV directly. Could I extract music from the ROM or emulator in some lossless way? Thanks...

See ya
by MoldyPond at 7:44 PM EDT on April 15, 2018
There's a few options. If you're using SNES9X, you can record an AVI (Choose uncompressed to get proper audio) then either extract the audio with a program or load it into something like Audacity..

A much better option though would be to load the SPCs in Foobar, then convert them to WAV files.
by kode54 at 11:44 PM EDT on April 15, 2018
Or you could use SNSFs, which have already been ripped for those games.
by Kirishima at 9:48 PM EDT on April 16, 2018
Mame supports wav output, if you know how to use that emulator.

edited 9:48 PM EDT April 16, 2018
by Koto at 3:02 PM EDT on April 17, 2018
I'm trying to extract audio from videos recorded with bsnes (I think it has better audio quality), but it only export video in bsv format, but don't know how to handle that...

See ya
by kode54 at 10:19 PM EDT on April 18, 2018
You didn't even notice my reply about an optimized xSF format that emulates just the music code and only contains the sequence data and samples? They even provide handy player plugins. It will loop forever, or fade and change tracks, whatever you configure it to do. It will also support converting to WAV files, if you really need that for some reason.
by Koto at 9:11 AM EDT on April 19, 2018
In fact, I gave it a try, but I notice that "Tomator Spaceship" miss a few notes in the final solo with in_snsf plugin. And using the modified snes9x is the same as loading the rom itself, I think... I don't know any SNSF player which sounds better than emulator, at least with that game.

Thanks for your help

edited 6:50 PM EDT April 19, 2018
by Kirishima at 1:08 PM EDT on April 19, 2018
You could probably import that video into foobar and output the sound as wav, depending on whether the audio was encoded in something foobar can read.
by Franpa at 3:03 PM EDT on April 19, 2018
Why not just use Microsoft Sound Recorder or Audacity to record your computer audio output?
by Koto at 6:56 PM EDT on April 19, 2018
@Kirishima: Which Foobar component I need to play video files?

@Franpa: Is lossy

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