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How do you PROPERLY play .ast files?
Topic Started: Jun 23 2017, 01:06 PM (582 Views)
ZenShadow
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Extracted Super Mario Galaxy's files, tried to play one of the music files (Audacity, File > Import > Raw Data) and it did play, just... strange?

I played around with the speed, and this was the absolute closest I could get to the original song: (It's the credits theme)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWW1wp9IWRA

Does anyone know how to properly play these files?

(Maybe the Wii just has a godly sound card lol)
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http://kuribo64.net/board/thread.php?id=658
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ZenShadow
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Thanks! After the horror that is Import Raw Data, it was strange to hear normal music.
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Likely they are a specifically encrypted form of raw audio data.
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