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Hey I'm new, sorry if this is the wrong place for this, just wanted to know how I should go about getting sounds from a game that I want to use. I kinda get the basic concept because I used to rip sprites from games back in the day, but I just wanted to know if theres any techniques or something that people use to rip music sounds from games. Are there tutorials for making your own soundfonts or something? Please and thank you!
I have no idea what time signature it's in. I believe that it's in 1/4, but I could be wrong I made three versions No 1. is in the key of D and it's in "8-bit" Format https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIS21vSWV0UXJFMWs No. 2 is made with the "Soundfont" in the original key of C https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUINHBWNUFuYnRFXzQ (Yes. The drums are the Roland sf2 power drum set) No. 3 is an "African" style with marimbas and bells and what not; also in the key of C https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIN042amtPeWRGQkk These were all made using Fruity Loops; with Morphine and the LttP soundfont. ENJOY! Reviews are welcome.
I'm looking for sega genesis sounds, specifically sonic 1, 2, 3, 3&k I have searched and searched and I'm kind of frustrated because I can't seem to get anything to work on garageband, because that's the only program I have at the moment. I have found the Ultimate Sega Genesis Soundfont but garageband wont read all the different instruments in the .sf2 file, I need to split the instruments to separate files, but after trying that, they would have no sound. I have searched forums and nothing really helpful either, maybe now that it's the end of 2015 something has changed...? I hope so! If you know something please share it!