Hello. I have found Roland Sound Canvas SC-55 version Doom music. Downloaded all files from the Internet but recording is not suitable. Unlike in the original Doom game ending doesn’t match with the beginning. So I’m using Slade 3.0 extracted d_e1m5.mus into desktop. None modern player is playing it. But when I renamed it into d_e1m5.midi then both Windows media player and winamp can play it. The soundtrack is made originally at id Software by Bob Prince. The beggining and ending after loop match and listener cannot feel where it end and starts. I can open FLAC file recorded from Roland Sound canvas where the end is fading out. My mission is to cut the track so precisely that it would match with the one at midi. But Steinberg Wavelab cannot open these ancient formats. Although music is awesome.
Can you encourage technicians at Steinberg to implement this feature? To make it possible to decode mus/midi?
Or there is the way but I don’t know?
Currently WL Elements 8.0.3 is trying to open unrecognized file format at 44 KHz and one of many sample rates. But all of them fail and the soundtrack sounds too short and horrible.