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- by SmartOne at 11:12 PM EDT on March 15, 2009
- You wrote:
Do you know if you're able to rip it using the tutorial or is that now impossible because of the CD protection? There was a guy on FFShrine forums that was pretty much behind the incorporation of CD protection on some CDs, he linked me to a tool that would get around that but I don't know if the link is still around or if I'll even be able to find that thread.
In response, I wrote:
If you want me to burn the discs and rip them again, then yeah, I suppose I could. :P [You missed the joke and the tongue.] I got them from a torrent long ago. They have some log-ish information included. (They sound really good, so I'm happy.)
I don't have the discs.
Thus, the special program is unnecessary (though still interesting.)
edited 11:14 PM EDT March 15, 2009
- by -FDM64- at 8:07 PM EDT on March 17, 2009
- thx for street fighter 4
- by CyberSpark at 3:22 PM EDT on March 25, 2009
- To hcs and anyone else that's interested in the Ragnarok II O.riginal S.ound T.rack, I have an EAC proper lossless rip of the soundtrack! :D If anyone's interested, I'll try to upload it soon.
Edit: Also, I updated my requests list: Audiophile's VGM Albums Requests :D
edited 3:24 PM EDT March 25, 2009
- by furrybob at 7:42 PM EDT on March 25, 2009
- Hey, does anyone know where I can find the ADXs for Sonic 06?
- by bxaimc at 9:09 PM EDT on March 25, 2009
- Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)(Xbox 360) is XMA
- by SmartOne at 12:15 AM EDT on March 26, 2009
- If anyone happens to have the version of Ys I & II Eternal with the 44100 hz WAVs lying around, that would be great, because I'm stuck with the 22050 hz ones and Galbadia Hotel 160 kbps MP3s.
- by furrybob at 6:08 PM EDT on March 28, 2009
- I still can't find the XMAs for Sonic'06 :(
I anyone knows where they are that would be great
- by Mouser X at 8:51 PM EDT on March 28, 2009
- What would you do with the XMA files? There's currently no known method to play them, except on the original X360 hardware. It's why you can't find them. If a set is 600 MB (I have no clue how large the Sonic '06 files are), and no one can play the files (and the people who are even remotely capable of decoding the files already have them), then what's the point of distributing it? It's taking up space and bandwidth, for something that no one can use.
And no, I haven't seen the files anywhere, and I don't expect to until XMA is decoded successfully.
If you're still wanting the files, what do you plan on doing with them? Like I said, there's no way to listen to them. It may be possible to insert them into some X360, thereby playing them on the X360 hardware, but as far as I know, you can't do that (obviously, I don't know if you can or not. I doubt you can, but I don't that. I don't pay attention to X360 stuff). If this is your goal (play the XMA on the original hardware), then perhaps they might be useful to you. If you wanted to play them on your PC (or any other device for that matter), then there's no point in getting the files at this time.
So, what purpose did you want the XMA files for? You can't listen to them yet. Be patient, they'll be available when XMA is successfully decoded. Mouser X over and out.
- by Yoshi at 2:40 PM EDT on March 29, 2009
- Has anybody bothered to check the PS3 version of Sonic '06? I wouldn't be surprised it's ADX/AAX/AT3 in there. I would try but I can't find a working torrent for it.
- by manakoAT at 3:15 PM EDT on March 29, 2009
- Even wit a torrent you wouldn't have luck, ps3 files are all encrypted.
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