Non-CD music for MI1?
Hi all, I have a CD copy of The Secret of Monkey Island (both the 1992 disc and the 1996 "Madness" disc) and was curious if there is any way to play that version (enhanced icon UI etc.) without the CD audio music - e.g. with the floppy/256 color Roland or AdLib music? (I'm guessing the CD version doesn't even have SoundBlaster music, just the sfx.)
I ask because I'm trying to set the game up to run in DOSBox exclusively from the hard drive, and I have an MT-32 module. To get the music to work, I'd have to make an image of the entire CD to mount as a virtual drive through another program, which I could do, but would prefer not to, as I'd rather use DOSBox's built in directory/drive mounting. This unfortunately won't work in this case however, as the music on the M1 CD is in red book format, and I'm unable to copy that information as straight files that Windows can interpret.
I'm even more interested in this as I recently discovered that the CD version has Roland sfx, which apparently the floppy versions did not!
Thanks in advance.