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331 downloadsThe Incredible Machine 3 CD-audio soundtrack patched for digital re-release ---------------------------------------------------------------- This CD-audio soundtrack is meant to enhance The Incredible Machine 3. The original release of the game included CD-audio music, which is sadly missing from the digital re-release. Instead, MIDI music is used, which to many listeners may sound unappealing. Even though GOG.com provide the CD-audio soundtrack as an optional download, it is not used in the game itself. Rather than use those files, however, I ripped the original audio tracks from my copy of The Incredible Machine 2. Since The Incredible Machine 3 uses exactly the same soundtrack, they can be used to substitute the MIDI music in the digital re-release. The original audio tracks have been converted to MP3s at the highest quality preset (320 kps CBR), using the most recent version of the LAME encoder. The download includes all the necessary files to play them in the game. Installation: -------------- - After installing the game, rename its directory to something else - Extract all the files in the archive into this directory, overwriting one file - Run _inmmcnf.exe from the renamed game directory once, and close its window Before you uninstall, remember to rename the game directory back to default. Enjoy! Credits: ---------- Irori - whose audio wrapper I used: http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Domino/8282/ Collector (The Sierra Help Pages) - whose installer for the game gave me the idea: http://www.sierrahelp.com/index.html Timothy Steven Clarke, Randy Dersham, Jan Paul Moorhead, Ken Rogers (of the long-defunct Jeff Tunnel Productions) - for creating this awesome soundtrack
Other than fan rips probably not being viable, could something similar be added, such as manualy obtaining a game's ost trough an utility copying the music from the game's installation folder and/or converting it to make it work common usefull utilities for converting ogg files and other formats (WInLame, specific game utilities) officialy released soundtracks for free, bandicamp pages http://amontobin.bandcamp.com/album/chaos-theory-splinter-cell-3-soundtrack whatever else I can't think of right now But couldn't fan rips simply be re-uploaded somewhere else anyway, and aren't most for personal use anyway?