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ilis
17th Sep 2003, 10:57
I already know a way...
But it seems to be "noisy".
I connect my cassete recorder to my pc and I record while the theme is playing...
But I can't do this with all sound while I'm playing.
And the sound is "noisy" as my cassete recorder do not record as well as I would like.
Anyone know another way to convert the .awd.clz files to .mp3 or .wav?
Thanks...
Keep playing...

Panoulis
22nd Sep 2003, 16:13
Filext (http://www.filext.com/)

This page might help you find the right program...

Hope I helped...:cool:

ilis
18th Oct 2003, 20:53
This not help much...
Anyone out there who made it?

Jewell
20th Oct 2003, 22:36
I bet TRWad knows- but he may or may not tell you :D .

ilis
21st Oct 2003, 05:39
Why not to tell?
And how can I contact him in order to tell me?
I'm just waiting for someone to answer this thread...

CyCro
21st Oct 2003, 12:32
It's kinda illegal to decode the files and convert them to a playable format. I don't know of such a converter. Another way to obtain playable files is to run the game with the sound effects off and record in a wave editor in the same time.

Jewell
21st Oct 2003, 21:07
Which is why I said he probably won't tell you... but all I know about getting those files is that TRWad knows how...
You could go to whatever level you want music from and just let Lara sit still and record the music in aonther program- or to a disk (I think)... (What CyCro said ^)

spookn
21st Oct 2003, 21:28
probably won't work,
but you could try and write to Edios and ask about it.
Hey, you never know!

ilis
22nd Oct 2003, 07:17
Ok guys...
I'll ask eidos...
Why extracting music from a disc you own is illegal?
I'll suggest eidos to realise Tomb Raider's music on a CD
or (even better) on the net...
I'll inform you soon...

CyCro
22nd Oct 2003, 12:11
check here (http://forum.tombraiderheaven.com/showthread.php?t=6) in the mean time.

Tipsko
22nd Oct 2003, 12:24
wow, thanks for the link, CyCro!!!!!

TRWad
22nd Oct 2003, 18:35
Your can record it in windows. Go to the sound volumes and select recording. Now check the mixes box and you can use any recording program to record it!

Extracting is not discoverd yet. The files containing sound can be extracted, but their format is still unknown. It's not a normal wav file. Check treditor forum for more about that,