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 Post subject: Mogg files
PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:02 pm 
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What is this file format for these multitracks, and how do you open them? I don't seem to have an association with windows. Is this something like a zip file?


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Moggs are a version of .ogg (ogg vorbis)....most commonly found within the Rockband game for Xbox etc.
They are a little like a zip file too, because they can contain more than one sound file.
The only way i know of extracting to a useable format is as follows......
1. ....get Audacity, the free audio editor, go for version 1.3 (Beta)....some people experience problems with the older 1.2 version...me included.

2....once you have downloaded and installed Audacity, go to "file"...and "open"....select any .mogg file you have been lucky enough to find!

Audacity will then read the .mogg and open it like this!
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What you see is the song you dowloaded as a multitrack...drums, bass, guitar, vocal etc.
You can then do anything you please with it!...or nothing at all...just save it as a more convenient format.

To save to a useable format, go to "file"..."export multiple"...select the format of your choice...Wav, Flac, mp3 etc....and you are good to go!


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thanks! yes, the reason is (quite obviously) your multitracks postings!


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 Post subject: Know Your Enemy (mogg)
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Hey guys,
I wanted to start a thread dedicated to mogg files. Basically Im hoping to get people here to post everything known about this file format in a hope to better understand its makeup. Hopefully we can keep the discussion more technically oriented but all questions and ideas are welcome...
Discuss...


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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I have merged the existing thread about it that was in the Help section.


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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Ahhhhh....home.


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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Does anyone have the breaking benjamin "I will not fall" mogg or know how to get it?


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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Does anyone have the mogg files from rockband? Looking to make dts cd's any help would be apreciated. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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Moog files for Beatles Rockband are on the demon!!


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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JONPAUL wrote:
Moog files for Beatles Rockband are on the demon!!


Last I checked the 23 were still in their original place on the UK board; amazing. But we still need the missing 2/3!


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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These are friggin' awesome! Anyone know if these were direct rips via the magical "key" or were they captured by editing the .dtb file to shove all instruments other than one to one channel then capture the other channel with the one instrument via an optical cable? If the second way...must have taken weeks to grab all this. However it happened, thanks as we can now all pretend to be George Martin...


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 Post subject: mogg multitracks
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why are there 2 track of each instrument or vocals in the mogg multitracks most have 10 tracks but really in most cases 5 as there seems to be 2 of each but one is louder


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 Post subject: Re: mogg multitracks
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zhcjok wrote:
why are there 2 track of each instrument or vocals in the mogg multitracks most have 10 tracks but really in most cases 5 as there seems to be 2 of each but one is louder


I suppose it's because the game is in stereo.....

That's one of the diferences between ' multitracks' (which are usually 4 tracks, as they were recorded) and 'moggs' (remixes of multitracks, sometimes electronically treated to isolate vocals or instruments).


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 Post subject: Re: Mogg files
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My assumption is that the "pairs" are left speaker and right speaker


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