> Ive tried and it has never worked (I do appreciate you guy trying) Is the a mod or something to do this. Our can someone post more than 1 way of getting this thing to work. Thanx
What I said really should have worked. I'll say it again, worded differently, maybe you misunderstood something.
You need to extract each track from thememd.mix onto your hard drive, so that you have a folder with 10 wave files in it. Use XCC Mixer to do this.
1. Start Mixer.
2. Open thememd.mix
3. Right-click on a wave file listed to the left and select Extract.
4. Choose a folder to save the wave file into.
5. Repeat with the other 9 wave files.
Copy theme.mix into the game directory.
Start XCC Mix Editor (not the same as XCC Mixer).
Open theme.mix in Mix Editor.
Select all 10 wave files, and drag them into XCC Mix Editor.
Click on Compact, and WAIT until it says Compact Done at the bottom of the window.
Now close Mix Editor, and XCC Mixer.
Copy the following block of text into Notepad.
;Start copy after this line
; Lists and controls the musical themes available in the game.
; ******* Theme Controls *******
; Each theme is listed here. Even if the theme is not normally available
; in the play list, it still must be declared.
; ******* Individual Theme Data *******
; The following sections supply the information specific to
; each theme declared.
; Name = display name of the theme (string label)
; Length = length of the theme (in minutes)
; Normal = Is it available through the in-game theme play list (def=yes)?
; Scenario = the scenario when the theme becomes available (def=0)
; Side = which side [or sides] get to hear this theme
; Repeat = Does this theme always loop (def=no)?
;End copy before this line
Save this as theme.ini in the game directory.
This should now allow you to hear RA2 & YR music in RA2.
To hear RA2 & YR music in YR, you almost certainly need to do everything I have said above, but rename theme.mix to thememd.mix, and rename theme.ini to thememd.ini