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Cyber_Punk_303
20th May 2004, 19:28
Hi everyone, i was wondering where i could find the music played in the TR games. Like the intro music, the classical music that plays in her living room, the music that plays at certain levels and stuff like that.

jso2897
21st May 2004, 02:44
http://www.planetlara.com/Download/sounds.asp

eurisko
21st May 2004, 07:01
Tomb Raider Chronicles Audioplex (http://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/audioplex/) section has the music/incidental/house music from the games.

Additionally, you can get music off the CDs themselves in some cases. Some games (notably, TLR) store the music in .wav format on the disc. If you throw TR2 into a normal stereo and skip track 1 then you'll hear all the audio tracks from the game. If you can't be bothered downloading the TR2 soundtrack then put the disc into your computer with a program capable of playing CDs already loaded (eg the default CD Player program that comes with Windoze) and pick your way through the tracks to find the ones you want. You should then be able to see the audio tracks in Windoze and rip them or whatever you want.

Sorry for being vague, I haven't done it for a while. The best bet would be to download the tracks :)

tr6king
23rd May 2004, 02:31
If you have tomb raider 2 gold if you put that in youre cd player it can play, well mine works like that but my game is a copy

GoranAgar
23rd May 2004, 11:40
Originally posted by tr6king
... well mine works like that but my game is a copy
I suggest you go out and buy the original it if you like Tomb Raider enough to visit the official Tomb Raider Forum.

jso2897
25th May 2004, 02:37
You know, he could just be talking about the free net download, burned on a CD.

TheBoo
30th May 2004, 02:06
Originally posted by Cyber_Punk_303
Hi everyone, i was wondering where i could find the music played in the TR games. Like the intro music, the classical music that plays in her living room, the music that plays at certain levels and stuff like that.

Why not get it straight from the man who wrote it? Nathan McCree. (http://www.meode.com/)

bene1
31st May 2004, 03:34
great site Boo!

Cyber_Punk_303
1st Jun 2004, 09:10
Thanks a lot guys! From the bottom of my adventurous heart!

Trinity34
6th Jun 2004, 00:33
You can also extract the sounds you want from your PC game disk with a tool called TR Sound Extractor. You can download it from the LCO Downloads (http://www.laracroft.us/cgi-bin/dl_log/default.asp) page. All you have to do is register for free and then log in.