I have two files that have the extension
These files are ROM sound files from a particular 'real world' fruit machine (also known as a slot machine).
There is some Fruit Machine emulation software (MFME) that reads both the sound ROM files and the game ROM files in order recreate the fruit machine within a PC.
I'm playing around creating my own fruit machine with the editor side of MFME, based on an existing fruit machine, and want to edit the sounds on this machine.
Unfortunately MFME doesn't have the functionality to edit sound files, only to read them.
The sound ROMs are apparently comprise of all the sounds packed one after another with a table at the start pointing to where each sound file is (lots of short beeps, buzzes, pings etc as you would expect from a fruit machine).
Does anyone know what software I would need to edit these files in order to insert my own sounds? I originally thought I would need a disassembler but when I downloaded one it wouldn't open them as they weren't either .exe or .dll files (I tried changing the extension of the file but the disassembler still knew they weren't the correct type of file).
How can I go about reverse engineering these files in order to edit them? Any ideas?