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1-12-2011 @ 3:06PM
huh this is kind of silly as you can extract the MP3 for free from the game files using MPQEditor.I know I did it on the first day as I wanted to long 12mn intro music on my IPOD.
1-12-2011 @ 3:34PM
Did you even read the article? I mean, I know it was REALLY long, but I think if you put the time in, you would see why this (to some) is better than extracting the files yourself...
1-12-2011 @ 3:44PM
I have all the files (ALL of them!) and I can sort out those I value the most.How is it better to pay for something free? yeah maybe if you want to pay for bonuses, i don't.http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/2742/mpqeditor.jpg
1-12-2011 @ 4:23PM
I'm guessing that these are some kind of special re-mastered versions or something that you wouldn't find in the game.Meh...whatever. I'll stick with the in-game music that I can extract for free rather than give Steve Jobs and Activi$ion money that I could spend on munchies for instance-running. :-)
1-12-2011 @ 6:04PM
As someone who loves the music, and has the soundtracks (not this one or the limited edition boxed set they sold awhile back) the files in the MPQ's tend to be for zones and areas, and are chopped up. The new music for SW, for example, is in 4 or 5 pieces. A zone might have it's music in 4-6 files meant for looping depending on where you are.The soundtracks they put out are "complete" versions. I say "complete" because they are complete only in the fact that they do not start or stop suddenly. There is a ton of music never put on the soundtracks that are in the game.
1-12-2011 @ 10:01PM
The point of this is the "ITunes LP" feature, which is the equivalent of buying a 2 Disc DVD rather than a regular 1 Disc DVD. Yes, the music is all music that can be downloaded for free, but the point of this is the "bonus" you get from the ITunes LP.
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