I need help making audio file sound as I want it to sound

I am using audacity 2.0.3, installed from .exe.
My operating system is Windows 8.

I have seen a video of somebody playing corrupted version of the game Legend of Zelda: A Link to the past and in one fragment of the video the music has changed and sounded completely diffrent. The video is here, and the music is at 3:16.


But it was only a part of the song and I want to make the whole song sound like this, but I don’t know how to. I tried lowering the pitch by various values (from 10 to 50) but it didn’t sound like that and I have no idea what else to do. Please help me.

Most of the sound came from the crappy game. The interstitial (3:16) was edited in from someplace else by the guy making the video. That’s not part of the game.

There’s no filter that can start with the boop-boop game sound and produce a full orchestration.

Thinking about this for a bit, I guess it is possible to run the game sound through a MIDI interpreter and then play the MIDI song data into a full musical keyboard. I’m guessing that would sound weird because of the choppy nature of the game, but it would sound like an actual piano or violin. MIDI is good that way. You can edit the MIDI data and make a piano solo sound like another instrument.

Audacity doesn’t manage MIDI.


In fact the music IS from the game and wasn’t edited. The game was ‘corrupted’ using a ROM corruptor (it causes random glitches and other weird stuff) and also I have seen this guy do this to other games on livestream and sometimes music changed in diffrent ways, so it’s genuine.

But it would sound other than in the video and i want it to sound (almost) the same.

i want it to sound (almost) the same.

I believe you.