thirstyrobot Sep 10, 2013 @ 7:05pm
SOUNDTRACK - Where is my download?
I guess this is the sign I am officially old an out of touch apparently. But I bought Hotline Miami a few weeks ago, and just now bought the soundtrack. I now have absolutely no idea how to play the soundtrack. Any help? I'm on Mac.
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thirstyrobot Sep 10, 2013 @ 7:17pm 
I've tried searching my Finder. I've tried "show package contents" on both the game itself and Steam. Nothing. I tried the media section within Steam. I definitely have it because it says "you already own this item" when I click on the soundtrack.
Doctor Chupacabra Sep 11, 2013 @ 1:23am 
Right Click on the game
Select Properties.
Select "Browse Local Files.".
Go to the "Soundtrack" folder
If you downloaded the music, the folder may contain the songs. ( .ogg files i think)
Freedomf63 Sep 11, 2013 @ 12:02pm 
Steam does this for every game. Just go to your file browser and input this directive(?).
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\hotline_miami\Soundtrack
^ Or whatever harddrive you save your games too.
aldi404 Sep 12, 2013 @ 4:47am 
Thanks, I was looking all over my harddrive for that folder :)
mikone117 Sep 13, 2013 @ 4:41am 
Menudo pedazo de BSO.
KRIG Sep 13, 2013 @ 1:44pm 
If purchased on steam, can the soundtrack be played outside of steam? Like on a mobile device? Thanks.
Freedomf63 Sep 13, 2013 @ 4:52pm 
Originally posted by KRIG:
If purchased on steam, can the soundtrack be played outside of steam? Like on a mobile device? Thanks.

Well yeah, they're still mp3s.
Supertails Sep 13, 2013 @ 9:06pm 
You should also know that in the directory, sadly, "Turf" by El Huervo is split into multiple tracks, but is still not the full track. :[ Also, if you want to make the files .mp3 or .m4a (the latter's mildly better), f00bar is a great program for that. :]

Also, if you want to make the files .mp3 or .m4a (the latter's mildly better), f00bar is a great program for that. :] If you want more help with that, go ahead and message me!
Freedomf63 Sep 14, 2013 @ 7:13am 
Originally posted by Supertails:
You should also know that in the directory, sadly, "Turf" by El Huervo is split into multiple tracks, but is still not the full track. :[ Also, if you want to make the files .mp3 or .m4a (the latter's mildly better), f00bar is a great program for that. :]

Also, if you want to make the files .mp3 or .m4a (the latter's mildly better), f00bar is a great program for that. :] If you want more help with that, go ahead and message me!

I didn't realize foobar could convert formats?
thirstyrobot Sep 20, 2013 @ 12:04pm 
None of this works for me on a Mac. I don't have directories, or properties. :(
Freedomf63 Sep 20, 2013 @ 1:28pm 
Originally posted by thirstyrobot:
None of this works for me on a Mac. I don't have directories, or properties. :(

System files? Just any way to view your harddrive and from there you should see folders for all the programs you've installed on it.
To be honest not even sure if that's an viable response, even Linux is easier to handle with a situation like this.
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