stalepie wrote:I'm sorry I came to this site and helped out. The people here are nice, but I think this activity is illegal..
You think it is illegal, but do you think it is wrong
When I think about game music I often think about how unknown it is, how few people now about the great music that lies hidden in old games.
If someone is solely interested in music and curious to hear some megadrive music for example, should he/she buy a megadrive and buy some games, then record the music with an audio cable onto a computer with a soundcard, and then maybe burn the files onto a disc, and THEN play it in a cdplayer, just to see if it's good or interesting?
I think good music deserves attention, and I think it's important that it's available to those that are curious to hear it.
I was thinking about putting up some music by Paul Norman (C-64) on youtube just to make people discover the great music. I haven't heard of buying c-64 soundtracks, I don't think there is any, maybe a few but mostly compilations with the most popular stuff.