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    Ninja Gaiden Sigma - Complete Gamerip

    I present you my rip of all tracks found in this game (80 tracks total, 592 MB in size).
    Tracks were extracted from .afs container with lafs tool by hcs, decoded by vgmstream (made by hcs, FastElbja, manakoAT, and bxaimc through foobar2000 plugin by Josh W, kode54) and converted to OGG vorbis q10 (highest quality). Any player should open OGG fine. I will not make mp3 version because of better OGG bitrate - around 500 kbps, and its ability to keep more frequencies. Original files had very high quality (altough not lossless), so OGG was a better choice. You can see some spectrums [Hidden link. Register to see links.] and [Hidden link. Register to see links.].
    After some pain of tagging, here's the tracklist:

    COMPOSERS: Makoto Hosoi, Ryo Koike, Wakana Hara and Hiroyuki Akiyama

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    1. Ninja Gaiden Main Theme (3:54)
    2. Opening (1:31)
    3. Worship (2:42)
    4. Trial (1:20)
    5. Vanished Memories (3:42)
    6. Annoyances (1:46)
    7. Stand in the Way (2:01)
    8. Lord of Greater Fiends (2:06)
    9. Military Strength (0:53)
    10. Military Strength - Extended (1:51)
    11. An Easy Enemy (1:18)
    12. Tairon at Night (2:11)
    13. Muramasa (1:24)
    14. Mystery (1:05)
    15. Rachel (2:29)
    16. Sudden Threat (2:06)
    17. The Fiend (1:39)
    18. Pray to God (1:59)
    19. Crypt (1:38)
    20. Revival of the Dead (2:42)
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    21. Dinosaur (1:53)
    22. Take it Easy (1:43)
    23. Forsaken Humanity (1:52)
    24. Under Alert (2:22)
    25. Monastery Destroyed (2:01)
    26. Iron and Sword (1:39)
    27. Warehouse (2:33)
    28. Village (1:49)
    29. Village - Extended (2:28)
    30. Supply Base (2:11)
    31. Supply Base - Extended (2:35)
    32. Escape from Crisis (1:50)
    33. Aquaduct (1:44)
    34. Toxic Waste (1:56)
    35. Moat of Zarkhan (2:00)
    36. Distorted World (3:01)
    37. Freeze Up (3:15)
    38. Burn Away (3:11)
    39. City of Fiends (2:31)
    40. Lyric (2:56)
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    41. Alma Awakened (2:47)
    42. Pyramid (2:04)
    43. Labyrinth (4:24)
    44. Nightmare (Eternal Legend) (2:32)
    45. Evil Spirit March (2:10)
    46. To a Different World (2:34)
    47. Emperor (3:29)
    48. The Dark Dragon Blade (3:01)
    49. Go the Distance (3:55)
    50. After the Battle (1:25)
    51. A New Challenge (1:35)
    52. Chapter Clear (0:33)
    53. Game Over (0:12)
    54. Electronic Interlude (0:23)
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    55. 11 (3:02)
    56. Bullet (1:06)
    57. In the Stillness (0:41)
    58. Resident of the Dark (1:53)
    59. Risk (1:00)
    60. Collapse (1:16)
    61. SASORI (5:59)
    62. Encirclement (1:31)
    63. Confrontation (2:09)
    64. One Shot One Kill (2:55)
    65. The Tone of Evil (1:44)
    66. Speed (1:16)
    67. Unknown (2:35)
    68. Fight it Out (1:18)
    69. God Bless U (1:20)
    70. Vigoor Empire (1:38)
    71. Surprise Attack (0:50)
    72. Final Battle (2:37)
    73. Crash (1:42)
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    74. Extra Jingle 1 (0:05)
    75. Extra Track 1 (0:55)
    76. Extra Track 2 (2:17)
    77. Extra Track 3 (2:32)
    78. Extra Track 4 (0:30)
    79. Extra Track 5 (Retro Style) (7:18)
    80. Extra Track 6 (3:04)

    Notice how I separated tracks, actually made groups?
    YOU CAN DOWNLOAD EACH GROUP AND EXTRACT THE FILES INDEPENDENTLY,
    aka if you want say, only fourth group, it's enough to download only the file marked as fourth group....


    First group contains tracks 1-20.
    Second has tracks 21-40.
    Third: 41-54.
    Fourth group has tracks that are exclusive to ps3 Sigma version. (55-73)
    Extra group has some tracks that I couldn't find names for, so if you maybe recognize some of them, and know their names, tell me about it here.

    DOWNLOAD

    MY UPLOADS HAVE RECOVERY RECORDS, SO YOU CAN REPAIR CORRUPTED RAR FILES (WITH WINRAR)

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    It took a while to make this rip (and to upload it), so a simple thx wouldn't hurt, right?
    No reuploads so please fuck off.

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    great upload(s)! thanks!

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    Great job, cooljacker! And nice of you to show the steps of the ripping process.

    I have one question though:
    Itried to do the same ripping thing and extracted the bgm.afs with lafs, but after trying to istall the latest version of vgmstream for foobar2000 from [Hidden link. Register to see links.], I get this message: “This component is missing a required dependency, or was made for a different version of foobar2000.” And winamp doesn't recognize the files either. So must be I'm missing some dll files for f2k, but which ones? Can you say what do you have in foobar's 'components' folder?
    - Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.

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    EDIT: Whoops. Never mind. I just noticed where you linked to, which is where I got those, so obviously you already tried them. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by KGN-004 View Post
    Are these they? [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
    I did try to mess with those external dlls before, but first of all - where exactly they suppose to go: in 'components' folder or in C:\Windows\system folder? Either way I tried both and came up with no effect. The files from bgm.afs are still unplayable in foobar.

    Actually I can install the old version of vgmstream (for example 27-Feb-2010), and then all the ADX audio files from previous Team Ninja games can be easily played/converted in foobar, but when it comes to the latest version of the plugin - I keep getting that error message.

    Worth a note, the files from Ninja Gaiden Sigma's bgm.afs don't have an extension, it just says 'File' when looked in file's properties. But I'm guessing it's still ADX, simply without a proper header or something, besides cooljacker mentioned the raw data was lossy, and thats exactly the case with ADX.

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    Thanks

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    you deserve more than a simple thanks.. so, THANK YOU , YOU WICKEDLY HANDSOME DEVIL YOU.. LOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiLŲ View Post
    I did try to mess with those external dlls before, but first of all - where exactly they suppose to go: in 'components' folder or in C:\Windows\system folder? Either way I tried both and came up with no effect. The files from bgm.afs are still unplayable in foobar.

    Actually I can install the old version of vgmstream (for example 27-Feb-2010), and then all the ADX audio files from previous Team Ninja games can be easily played/converted in foobar, but when it comes to the latest version of the plugin - I keep getting that error message.

    Worth a note, the files from Ninja Gaiden Sigma's bgm.afs don't have an extension, it just says 'File' when looked in file's properties. But I'm guessing it's still ADX, simply without a proper header or something, besides cooljacker mentioned the raw data was lossy, and thats exactly the case with ADX.
    I'm using those external dll files and they all go to foobar's components folder (along with vgmstream plugin), here's a pic:

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    Also, vgmstream version is "vgmstream plugin r937 Mar 24 2011". I should probably get a newer one though, when it's made.

    And yeah MiLŲ, extracted files had no extension, but when I put any of them into a hex editor, they begin with "CRI" (as CRI_Middleware - the ones that made the adx/aix/aax formats) and that was a hint they are .adx, so I used multi-rename tool in Total Commander to add that extension and after that it was just a matter of converting and tagging.

    Almost forgot, I'm using vgmstream in Winamp too (without problems so far), I've explained how to set it up in [Hidden link. Register to see links.] thread.

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    Thanx a lot for the guidance, cooljacker, but even after I followed all the steps, it still doesn't play the files in foobar or winamp.
    Kinda strange cause I have no problems with other ADXs from Team Ninja games (DOA4 for example).

    But it's ok anyway, your rip is perfectly fine and complete, I was just trying this out for the heck of it.

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    Thanks

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    Cleaned up this thread after quite some time aka removed dead links and put fresh ones.

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    thx

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    Many thanks for this.
    For more soundtracks, visit this place
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    Thanks. Finding the soundtracks exclusive to the Sigma version has been a massive pain in the ass these past few days.

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    FILES NO MORE

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