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ADP Music files, Conversion of Game files
post Jul 25 2007, 22:56
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HELP-!! I joined this forum because I read someone talking about ADP music files in video games. There are two examples of these that I have come upon: Omikron: Nomad Soul, and Soldier of Fortune. I have tried everything to convert these into something that you're able to listen to, and failed. I have already purchased David Bowie's CD "Hours", I love the ambient sounds in the games that I can not reach-!! CAN ANYONE HELP ME? Thanks.
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annoying mouse
post May 6 2009, 16:29
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I know this post is over a year old but I was wondering if anybody could help me out. I've actually done this conversion before (and it worked perfectly) but I seem to have deleted the converted files (or at least I've misplaced them). I decided to convert them again but I'm finding that I can no longer use that tool (adp2wav.exe) linked to on the Xentax forum above. I'm able to download the file but I'm getting a virus warning (from avg) every time I try to extract, move or load it. I'm confident this is the same tool I used before. Can anybody help me find the programme again in a format that will actually run?

Ok nevermind I've solved it now. Used another pc and there were no problems (no virus, etc.)

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