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Custom Soundtrack, Picture Tutorial

Postby JaoSming on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:03 am

First off, thank you to tee-pane for bringing this up, and big thanks to DYosua at mvpmods for his MLB 2k9 tutorial.

So, go here, read this, copy it for later use, you need this.
http://www.mvpmods.com/index.php?autoco ... &article=6


So the first thing you'll need to know is this.
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Those are the intervals of the file where one song ends, and the next song begins.

The soundtrack isn't like Live's with a different file for each song. Instead think of the 2k soundtrack being 1 big mp3 file that is ~90 minutes long.

So the next step is to figure out what songs you want to replace. I did NOT figure out which song is which in the file.
In order, these are the song lengths in order.
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I went through my media player and chose the following songs, in order, to replace.
1 - Future Sound - J5
2 - Gorillas - Army of Pharaohs (Live 07)
3 - Deep End - Swollen Members (Live 2002)
4 - It's Going Down - X Ecutioners & Linkin Park
5 - Bleed It Out - Linkin Park
6 - Dedication - Ostrich Head
7 - Return of Crooklyn Dodge - Jeru the Damaja
8 - Carolina Pride - Nomb (Live 06)
9 - Song 2 - Blur
10 - Jump Around (Pete Rock Remix) - House of Pain (Street vol 3)
11 - Raise Up - Petey Pablo
12 - Gimme Some Mo - Busta Rhymes
13 - This or That - Black Sheep
14 - Game Time - Tony Parker (Hidden Live 08 Track)
15 - Sun City - Ostrich Head
16 - The Way I Are - Timbaland (Live 08)
17 - OPP - Naughty by Nature
18 - Not In My House - Nelly (Street vol 2)
19 - God Of Rap - Afu-Ra (Live 06, 2k7?)
20 - Hey Bitty - Nitty (Street vol 3)
21 - It's In the Game - Fabulous (Live 2003)
22 - Just to get a Rep - Gang Starr
23 - Ground Zero - MOP (NFL Street 2)
24 - Over Now - Ostrich Head
25 - It's in Da Game - Murphy Lee (Live 2005)


OK, so now that you have Adobe Audition 3 Trial or paid full version and the songs you want to replace, now it's time to get replacing.


First thing you want to do is click "Multi Track" i the upper left side of the program.
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Then click File... and then Import
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Navigate to your NBA 2k9 files folder (not the saves folder), change the file type to PCM Raw Data, and select your jukeboxmusic.bin file. Make a backup just in case.
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Then you want to apply these settings for importing
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After it imports you will want to switch over to Edit Mode from MultiTrack mode.
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Then, if you are replacing all of your songs, on the left, double click Amplify, and it all the way down to -96Db. This will mute the entire file. If you want to mute just a certain song use the above offsets, and type them into the Selection/View tabs on the bottom left.
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So to import a song type in the offset. Then goto Edit Menu... Mix Paste...
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Then make sure you switch over to MP3 file types, and make sure you have it set to Overlap (Mix)
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After that it will convert and import the song. Play it to make sure and continue importing as needed. At the end of it just save and that is it.

Hopefully before 2k10 we can find a free program that does this.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby meimao on Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:23 pm

im having problems logging in to mvpmods right now, so i dont know if if it's ever mentioned there. does this work on cool edit pro? i think audition was known as this before it became audition. im sure i still have my old cool edit cd somewhere.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sat Aug 08, 2009 5:56 pm

Can some1 reumpload this program to anothere mirror ?
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby thelegend23 on Sat Aug 08, 2009 6:09 pm

just follow this link https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/inde ... t=audition but you need to create Adobe id account,its free demo for 30 days.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sat Aug 08, 2009 6:17 pm

Onli this I need? Or need some another programs too ?
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby Pdub on Sat Aug 08, 2009 6:38 pm

http://www.goldwave.com/release.php

Goldwave can do the same thing, and it's much cheaper. Just drag and drop the BIN file and use the same settings that Jao posted above - Raw unsigned 8-bit stereo 48000. When you are done editign save it as a raw ".snd" file and change the file extension back to .bin after saving.

Anyone know if we can change the length of audio without crashing the game?
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sat Aug 08, 2009 7:57 pm

Pdub i will try, thx :)
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:25 pm

Pdub abaut saving, i save as you say but how can do taht fileback to .bin ?
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby JaoSming on Sat Aug 08, 2009 11:48 pm

Pdub, we would probably have to figure out the jukebox.iff file which i think gives the offsets for the starts and ends of the songs
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby Pdub on Sun Aug 09, 2009 1:35 am

HellBoy wrote:Pdub abaut saving, i save as you say but how can do taht fileback to .bin ?


All I had to do was rename the file extension from snd to bin.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby tnt23 on Sun Aug 09, 2009 3:51 am

nice tuto jao :applaud:

too bad i couldnt find the sound fx file...i could have fixed that basketball bounce sound issue that many of us have

the good news is that i found the announcers file so : i can now add a missing legends name in the game by recording it myself lol and replacing a shit existing player:)

this bring roster modding to a another level : :D

soundtrack + loading and tipoff music replacements released in my thread...more ingame music replacements soon to come
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sun Aug 09, 2009 4:24 am

Pdub wrote:
HellBoy wrote:Pdub abaut saving, i save as you say but how can do taht fileback to .bin ?


All I had to do was rename the file extension from snd to bin.


but when I crate there no letters .snd in that file :( maby I post scren later then you see.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby JaoSming on Sun Aug 09, 2009 4:45 am

im going to assume you are on vista

http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/1269/vis ... xtensions/

if it's XP, it's pretty much the same thing
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby xKiNg_ORoDx on Sun Aug 09, 2009 12:25 pm

this is awesome now we can add our own music to the game but i cant seem to get the bin file to open on audition it doesnt say bin file next to pcm raw data so it wont open :\ btw i have adobe audition 3
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Sun Aug 09, 2009 3:52 pm

Just drag it to the editor ;)
P.S. Thx JaoSming
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby Christian. on Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:29 am

Can this also change the arena music?
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby JaoSming on Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:57 am

if it's a bin file and controls music, we should be able to edit it with this process
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby HellBoy on Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:28 pm

christian. wrote:Can this also change the arena music?

yes
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Re: Custom Soundtrack Picture Tutorial

Postby Christian. on Sun Aug 16, 2009 10:16 pm

Can we apply this tutorial using Cool Edit Pro? Thanks.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack, Picture Tutorial

Postby ratto on Thu Oct 15, 2009 5:29 pm

Anyone have the settings for this for 2K10? The settings must definitely be different as I'm getting no results when opening any kind of .bin file. Just ridiculously loud screeching.
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Re: Custom Soundtrack, Picture Tutorial

Postby crippknottick on Tue Oct 20, 2009 4:34 am

NBA2K10 uses a different format. I've been experimenting with different methods of importing but I think the devs at 2K caught on to this method and they must of encrypted it or something.
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