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Could anyone tell me where I can find a .MIX converter? :( No, I’m not talking about the image format, but a much less known sound format. I in fact don’t really care what it converts the .MIX file into, as long as the new file’s extension is more famous than the .MIX sound format itself ๐Ÿ˜›

And no, I’m not just about to “convert” [b:67y7o8i0]Track04.MIX[/b:67y7o8i0] into [b:67y7o8i0]Track04.MP3[/b:67y7o8i0] simply by altering the three end letters :roll:


Why am I posting this at the [b:67y7o8i0]FMOD[/b:67y7o8i0] forums and not at [url:67y7o8i0]http://www.converters.tk[/url:67y7o8i0]’s forums (their [b:67y7o8i0]MixMan[/b:67y7o8i0] program, the only one that can read .MIXs, didn’t work for me)? Because:
1) I [i:67y7o8i0]did[/i:67y7o8i0], without result, and
2) I saw that there was no known .MIX sound format for [b:67y7o8i0]FMOD[/b:67y7o8i0] to read, and yet when I selected All Files and tried opening the .MIXs, it was able to play all of them without any error at all ๐Ÿ˜ฎ That is truly spectacular 8)
I have absolutely no experience in computer sound-creation whatsoever, but since [b:67y7o8i0]FMOD[/b:67y7o8i0] seems to be an all-powerful demon program which can read virtually anything, could the company that made [b:67y7o8i0]FMOD[/b:67y7o8i0] form a sound converter which is format-omniscient as well? ๐Ÿ˜€


Sorry if I skipped something (e.g. there already is a powerful converter, etc.). In that case, point me towards the end of my problem, and you can cuss at my ignorance prior to banning me from this forum afterwards ๐Ÿ˜›

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So then just rename the file extensions to .WAV?
.MUS: 560 KB
.MIX: 1.67-1.80 MB. Those files are a few minutes long.

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1.67/1.80 for a riff wav ? It seems to be a adpcm wav (4 bits) just rename it to a .wav file :)

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I used Mixman for about 4/5 years ago and for what i remember, the .MIX is a closed format wich have nothing related with mp3 : edit the file and parse it for a header (wav, adpcm, iff etc …)

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Done! :) Just one more thing; is it possible to apply a permanent [b:rp6clabv]Reverb[/b:rp6clabv] to a .WAV? :(

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[quote="KarLKoX":jf9nz14c]… edit the file and parse it for a header (wav, adpcm, iff etc …)[/quote:jf9nz14c]
๐Ÿ˜ฎ Erm…
… a bit more in layman’s terms would you put that? ๐Ÿ˜•

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yes, it is, if you get a prog called Cool Edit or some other program that
can alter wavedata, you can even do it with FMOD, but you have to enable
the Reverb effect, start a record sample, and then write the data to disk.

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Do you have any programming experience at all?
I don’t exactly know what he meant, but i think he is saying to Open the
file and check to see if the file header is mp3, riff (wav) or something else.

can you point me to a place where you got these .mix files? I can check to
see what it really is.

Don’t worry about being banned from the forum. Iv’e asked some
pretty retarded questions in my time here :)

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You can use [url=http://audacity.sourceforge.net:41vpxuik]Audacity[/url:41vpxuik], an excellent opensource sound editor.

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Dang, I [i:5t74pr84]am[/i:5t74pr84] a moron; One of the files is a .MUS (though the other 4 are .MIXs) ๐Ÿ˜† But [url=http://www.google.com:5t74pr84]Google[/url:5t74pr84] came up with the same results :( Can some guidance towards [i:5t74pr84]that[/i:5t74pr84] be given as well?

[quote:5t74pr84]Do you have any programming experience at all?…[/quote:5t74pr84]
Uh, um… well, I can hex-edit some applications a bit and extract .ICOs or .WAVs from .EXEs ๐Ÿ˜ณ

[quote:5t74pr84]… I don’t exactly know what he meant, but i think he is saying to… Open the… file and check to see if the file header is mp3, riff (wav) or something else….[/quote:5t74pr84]
It’s .MIX, no doubt about it [b:5t74pr84]:-|[/b:5t74pr84]

[quote:5t74pr84]…can you point me to a place where you got these .mix files?…[/quote:5t74pr84]
I can’t give you an exact link, but gimme your e-mail, [i:5t74pr84]brett[/i:5t74pr84], so I can e-mail you it as an attachment for you to upload to this topic yourself* and you’ll soon have it in your research laboratory, dissecting it for further investigation 8)

    • Or, theoretically but not scientifically proven, you [i:5t74pr84]could[/i:5t74pr84] allow Members to upload files for a few days without instigating a massive riot ๐Ÿ˜€
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gets prog called cool edit
edits .WAVs
Thanks a bunch, everyone!! ๐Ÿ˜€ Okay, now this topic can become locked or a SpamNation thread ๐Ÿ˜›

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[quote="Keron Cyst":15e0yhxk]
[quote:15e0yhxk]… I don’t exactly know what he meant, but i think he is saying to… Open the… file and check to see if the file header is mp3, riff (wav) or something else….[/quote:15e0yhxk]
It’s .MIX, no doubt about it [b:15e0yhxk]:-|[/b:15e0yhxk]
[/quote:15e0yhxk]

No ! .MIX is just a file extension, what i suggest it to open the file with your favorite text editor and chek the first bytes to see if we can extract the header or at least, deduce it. (mail : KarLKoX@ifrance.com)

nci>it seems that my english becomes increasingly bad day after :roll:

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๐Ÿ˜ฎ Audacity looks awsome!!!! I haven’t actually tried it yet, but it looks
better than creative wave studio (piece of crap)

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If .mix is just an extemsion, then what is its use? Is it an actuall encoding
format or just a 3 letter annoyance at the end of the file?

KarLKoX> Your bad english is better than my bad french :)

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[quote="nci":11udrf7e]
KarLKoX> Your bad english is better than my bad french :)
[/quote:11udrf7e]

lol !! ๐Ÿ˜†

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[quote="KarLKoX":2vousulv]… .MIX is just a file extension, what i suggest it to open the file with your favorite text editor and chek the first bytes to see if we can extract the header or at least, deduce it….[/quote:2vousulv]
Oh! I’d’ve [i:2vousulv]never[/i:2vousulv] thought of that ๐Ÿ˜†

temporarily opens in [b:2vousulv]Notepad[/b:2vousulv], the simplest yet [b:2vousulv]best[/b:2vousulv] text editor [i:2vousulv]of all time[/i:2vousulv] 8)
And yes, I grant you permission for begging to differ ๐Ÿ˜‰

.MIX:
[code:2vousulv]RIFFย ร‰WAVEfmt ...[/code:2vousulv]
.MUS:
[code:2vousulv]RIFFรWAVEfmt ...[/code:2vousulv]

So does that mean a WAV or RIFF (whatever [i:2vousulv]that[/i:2vousulv] file type is) converter would be able to recognize the two types? Should I try a WAV or RIFF converter, or is there something completely different at hand? ๐Ÿ˜•


As a side-note, wow; this thread’s become popular already ๐Ÿ˜€

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If fmod can play the files, and if the header said:

[quote:23gw22qr]
RIFF ร‰WAVEfmt …
[/quote:23gw22qr]

Then obviously you do not need a converter at all, FMOD can already
play it. It is just a wave file or some kind of ADPCM encoding. All you need
to do is rename the extension from .mix to something that is more
“famous”

[quote:23gw22qr]
I in fact don’t really care what it converts the .MIX file into, as long as the new file’s [b:23gw22qr]extension[/b:23gw22qr] is more famous than the .MIX sound format itself
[/quote:23gw22qr]

The name of a file is not important. If i take a bitmap and name it
Keron.mix, and if i open it in paint and see a picture…. what would that
tell you? It is obviously a format that paint can read. so it is either a bitmap
or a gif, or a jpg or whatever else paint can read.

[quote:23gw22qr]
the extension is irrelevant, it is what is inside that counts.
[/quote:23gw22qr]

Just out of curiosity, how big is one of these “.mix” files? Less than
5,000 KB or larger? A typical mp3 is about 2,000 to 7,000 kb in size
a wave file is usaually around 15,000 to 80,000 kb

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