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  1. I extracted the files myself from the PC version and uploaded them to YouTube with nice track names and stuff. A lot of the music does seem identical to the original game, some pieces have ambience over them, and in others the reorchestration is super subtle. The opening credits begin my playlist, though. You can listen to it here. DOWNLOAD LINK FOR POLISHED RIP (FLAC). ---
  2. Barnstormer: after four years, THANK YOU. THIS IS AWESOME.
  3. LATE REPLY: This is so cool. Thanks, Barnstormer! I have yet to actually try this, but once I get my new hard drive installed, I sure as heck will. This is perfect; thanks hugely. And thank you, darkboy! I just might. I didn't realize she'd done other work for them; she could be a valuable contact.
  4. My very late reply: nope, sorry. Was never able to crack into these files. I know it can't be too sophisticated, either, but I just don't know where to start. If anyone still has any willingness to help with this, know that the problem still exists, and any assistance would be hugely appreciated. And Norris, thanks for the link. It only has two tracks from Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, though.
  5. Yes indeed; or at least, that's my idea. Like I said, I'm not even sure where to start--I can't find anything that even looks like music files (MONSTER.SOU, etc.) within the game disc directories. And this is exactly what I was talking about: I don't even know where to start. I'll check out ScummEX (hadn't heard of it before now) and let you know my findings. UPDATE: Ok. So--what I'm currently looking at is the "Humongous Entertainment Classics" disc. It contains on it the games Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise, and Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon. In the immediate drive directory, there are what appear to be resource archives, titled "PUTTMOON", "FBEAR", and "PUTTPUTT", all using the file extensions "HE0" - "HE4". There are also maybe-archives with the extensions "SNG" (song?), "W32" and "BRS". Truth be told, I haven't the slightest as to how to export files with ScummRev or ScummEX. I'm rather a novice, but I'm willing to learn! The questions now are: How do I export files from any (mainstream included) SCUMM game using either of the utilities mentioned above? Where should I begin looking for the Humongous Entertainment music files? Thanks for reading. Really appreciate it. UPDATE 2: Ugh. The "SNG" (what else could it stand for?) files are unreadable by both EX and Revisited.
  6. My current project: to do a humongous Humongous Entertainment compilation soundtrack, featuring music from all their games (excluding the Backyard Sports and Moonbase Commander--for the former, there are just too many). Strangely, I've always liked the tunes played in the background of Freddi Fish, Putt-Putt, SPY Fox and the like, and would like to have them on-hand so I can listen to them whenever I'd like. Fun fact: Jeremy Soule, the same composer who brought us SW:KOTOR's score, also conceived Putt-Putt's BGM. But, instead of doing a lengthy, painful line-in rip as I play the games, I'd love to simply be able to extract the music using something like SCUMM Revisited. But Humongous Entertainment's game structure appears to be different than LucasArts, so I don't know where to start. Can anyone help? Just pointing me in the right direction (where to find the music files, what tool to use to extract them) would be hugely appreciated. Much thanks.
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