Discussion for DRIV3R (2004)
#60970
I'm talking about the original music created just for the game. I've found some, in a YouTube playlist, but I would love to find the opening shootout cutscene music, as well as the music in the cutscene for Bomb Truck, when Jericho opens the briefcase. Always loved it but sadly I've never found it anywhere. It's probably in the files but I've heard that some of the files are encrypted by Reflections? From what I've read, it seems near impossible to crack open. Or at least nobody has done it yet.

But yeah, if anyone could give a definitive answer, that'd be great. Thanks in advance!
#60976
That'd be Narco's work, and while some instrumentals from their album appeared in a slightly remixed form, the rest has never seen an official release. A good place to start looking would be talking to Rich at Nimrod Productions, he produced Narco's stuff IIRC and he actually replies to messages on Facebook.

Oh, and the music in the game itself would be mixed in with the video. Not encrypted, but impossible to get a clean stream of (without SFX and speech). I've managed to sort-of get some music out of Reflection's bullsh** format in Stuntman, but it's incredibly dirty. I think the A/V interleaves are extremely small (<10 bytes) and I don't know of a program that can ignore every # bytes while ripping interleaved media.

Of course it might be different in Driv3r, but I don't care to try since there's nothing I wanna get out of there.
#60980
helegad wrote:That'd be Narco's work, and while some instrumentals from their album appeared in a slightly remixed form, the rest has never seen an official release. A good place to start looking would be talking to Rich at Nimrod Productions, he produced Narco's stuff IIRC and he actually replies to messages on Facebook.

Oh, and the music in the game itself would be mixed in with the video. Not encrypted, but impossible to get a clean stream of (without SFX and speech). I've managed to sort-of get some music out of Reflection's bullsh** format in Stuntman, but it's incredibly dirty. I think the A/V interleaves are extremely small (<10 bytes) and I don't know of a program that can ignore every # bytes while ripping interleaved media.

Of course it might be different in Driv3r, but I don't care to try since there's nothing I wanna get out of there.

Ah, thanks for the info then. At least I have a solid answer now.

max.thunder wrote:Link

Quality: 320 Kbps

I also have some other soundtracks, don't know if the admins are against putting this kind of stuff in the Downloads section.

Wow, this is awesome! I found quite a few of these on YouTube but they weren't in order, thanks man! Most of this is clean, and at this point I suspect the intro shootout's theme was only made for the cutscene, it doesn't seem to exist on its own.

Either way, thanks, I appreciate it!
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