I recently bought the Binding of Isaac + soundtrack.

...so how do I actually access the soundtrack?

The soundtrack shows up when I view downloadable content via steam, and it shows that I own it in the steam store... but trying to "play now", steam boots up the game, not the soundtrack, taking me to the main menu - and I cannot find the DLC under 'options' or 'collections', so... where's mah music?

  • Protip: Don't buy soundtracks via Steam.
    – GnomeSlice
    Jul 15, 2012 at 4:12
  • @GnomeSlicE Ironically, I got it included in one of the Game Music Bundles, so I own it twice now! Jul 15, 2012 at 4:23

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The music files are located in whatever drive you installed Steam on, then this path:

\Steam\steamapps\common\the binding of isaac\The Binding of Isaac Soundtrack

Your files should be there and ready to play! Alternatively, you can go to the steam client and look under library > music, and see all the purchased soundtracks you own.

If you're on a Mac you'll find that path in [Home]/Library/Application Support/Steam.

  • Can you elaborate on where it is on Mac OSX?
    – user17711
    Jan 4, 2012 at 2:50
  • @Joe On the Mac, open a Finder window and press Command+Shift+G (or select Go > Go to Folder...). Enter "~/Library/Application Support/Steam/" (without the quotes) in the text field and press Enter. Your SteamApps folder will be in this folder.
    – user27830
    Jun 19, 2012 at 12:27

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