At the main menu of BioShock when you click on load game it plays a chord (going up). Also, when you back out of that load game menu back to the main menu it plays another chord (going down). I would like to use those for my unlock/lock sounds. I've already attempted this with the 360 version. I had the 360 a/v cables plugged up directly to my computer with a usb adapter for those cables. I have the sounds but they are not very high quality after conversion from 128kbps mp3 to aiff. That's why I'm asking here. It would be much better quality if the sounds were directly recorded from the audio from a pc. So, if anyone is able to help, I have some specific instructions for you: 1. Start up audacity and begin recording the audio from your pc (a stereo track). Then minimize it. 2. Open up BioShock in full screen. When you get to the main menu, background music will start playing. I know there is movie clip that starts up if the controller is inactive on the 360 so I don't know if it is the same for the pc version. If a video starts up before the music stops entirely keep moving the mouse over the options on the screen (or just move the mouse around?) until it is completely silent in the background. 3. Once it is silent, click Load Game and let the sound play completely (wait 2 or 3 seconds?). Then click back and wait a few seconds to get the whole sound recorded. Make sure that no background music got recorded along with the chords. 4. Quit BioShock and go back to audacity. Stop recording and export the project as a .wav and upload it somewhere. You could highlight the area from where the background music ends to the end of the recording and export only that selection if you like. I will edit and convert it myself. And I guess I will post the final product here. *If it's actually possible to run bioshock in a smaller, separate window then you could have both programs open at one time and just start recording when the background music is about to end. I don't know if the game would pause if you click out of the window. Recording the audio wouldn't work if it does do that. I would do this myself but I don't have access to a powerful pc. BIG thanks to anyone who can help me.