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tri2061990
10-04-2011, 10:16 PM
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Tracklist
01. Main Title
02. The Fight
03. The Redcoats Move On
04. The Arrival
05. The Test
06. Marston's Game
07. Quigley Pans Out
08. Quigley Gets Beat Up
09. The Stabbing
10. Desert Trek
11. The Aborigines
12. Native Montage
13. Cora's Story
14. Marston's Attack
15. Royus Interrupts
16. The Cliff
17. The Bodies
18. The Baby
19. You'll Be Back
20. Dingo Attack
21. The Fire
22. Under The Boat
23. Quigley & Cora
24. The Gift
25. The Warning
26. The Attack
27. The Capture
28. After The Gunfight / Freedom
29. The Aborigines Return
30. Matthew Quigley / End Credits

Music Composed and Conducted by Basil Poledouris
Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra

NOTE
_Change .hdm to .rar and open
_You can repair error archives by winrrar : tools/repair archive
_Please don't use MF get link tools

Wavpack

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N-12_Aden
10-04-2011, 10:25 PM
Great share. Love me some Poledouris :)

Roderick Jaynes
10-07-2011, 08:42 AM
Thanks!

biff_stroganoff
10-07-2011, 09:12 PM
There's no .hdm to change to a .rar. Not when I downloaded it, at least. And I don't know what to do with .cue or .wv, whatever those are.

Thanks anyways, though.

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
10-07-2011, 09:34 PM
Thanks for this!

It's in a single image file, rather than broken up into tracks.

WV (WavPack) is a different type of lossless format.
It allows compression like FLAC or APE.
It also allows a hybrid of lossless/lossy compression.

the .cue file is great if you want to burn the image file to a CD with proper gap settings and information.

you'll need a cue splitter to break this into separate tracks.
Right now it's a single image file.

I personally use Foobar.

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You can also check out the components page for anything you might find useful.

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WavPack (WV) is naturally supported by Foobar.
So you all you have to do is drag and drop the .cue file into foobar and right-click to "Convert" and make sure you switch it to separate tracks.
Convert to any format you like.

EDIT: Just some tech info on WavPack (WV).

Here's what dBpoweramp has to say about the WV file...


Size 396.37 MB (48% Compressed)
Original Size 760.88 MB
Length 1:15:22
Channels 2 (stereo)
Sample Rate 44.1 KHz{CR}
Sample Size 16 bit
Bit Rate 1,411 kbps
Encoder WavPack v4
Encoder Settings Lossless High Compression
Audio Quality Perfect (Lossless)
Contains CRC, ID Tag [APEv2]
File Quigley Down Under (Prometheus)
Type Music [.wv]

The WV file has its own cue sheet embedded in its tag.
(note: not all WV image files will have the cue sheet embedded)

So you don't need the cue file if you're going to convert with Foobar.
Other programs, I'm not to sure.

Foobar can detect and use the embedded cue sheet :smrt:
So save the cue sheet if you want to burn to disc. And for safety's sake :)



Thanks again for this up.
:)

chrisjpopp
02-26-2013, 02:36 PM
Call me N00b

I click on the link, I get My Files and there be nada there... you said to not use MF, so what do I do?

I know I know... I'm a n00b to this group and have not learned the secret handshakes yet but perhaps if the info is posted here then other n00bs might also benefit from it.

Thanks :)

Luigui76
02-20-2018, 03:05 PM
Broken Link :(