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For a more in-depth tutorial, see [https://www.play-old-pc-games.com/compatibility-tools/_inmm-dll-tutorial/ this guide].
 
For a more in-depth tutorial, see [https://www.play-old-pc-games.com/compatibility-tools/_inmm-dll-tutorial/ this guide].
  
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Note that this will break the volume sliders somewhat, as the music will always start at 100% (much louder than the sound effects) until the music slider is changed. A workaround for that is to take all of the music files into an application like [https://www.audacityteam.org/download/ Audacity] and manually lower their volume by about 20db.
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Note that this will break the volume sliders somewhat, as the music will always start at 100%. Changing the music slider in-game will update the volume, though.
 
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