Is there a way to transport Wii data to a PC?

In Guitar Hero 6, you have a game mode called 'GH Mix', in which you can create own songs, or instrumental tracks.
But is there a way to transfer the data of this to a pc? 
I want to know this mainly for drum tracks created in GH mix

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You can connect the audio output to the audio input on your computer and record the incoming audio. Other than that any audio files the game creates will be in a proprietary format and unusable buy the PC unless you can find someone who has hacked the files and made a music player for the PC that can play them.
dr. richtofen (author)  mpilchfamily4 years ago
Okay, thanks for the info.
With connecting the audo output to the pc, do you mean one of those red, white and yellow colored cables, with which you normally connect the wii to a tv?
Yes get an adapter that will take the White and Red connector and give you a 3.5mm jack and you can connect the audio to your PC. Or you can do one better and get a video capture card for your PC that can take the audio and video and run it through your PC. You can get a decent one for under $100.
dr. richtofen (author) 4 years ago
Thanks for the info. I think I'll try the ipod method by Nerfrocketeer, 'cause our wii is in a different room than our pc.
If that doesn't work, than that's too bad for me
You can also use an SD card to transport info. They are small, flat, blue cards just put the card in the front of the Wii, and transfer the desired info to the SD. Then, insert the card in a computer using a sd reader, and transfer info to the pc. OR you could just use a USB flash drive. Insert in in the back of the Wii where it says USB, and do the same thing as for the sd card. In my opinion, the USB method is easier.those colored cables are only able to relay CURRENT sound, video, and motion into the screen. They do not transfer memory. You can easily obtain a sd card or a USB flash drive at a computer store or at any store with a computer section. If this was helpful please rate! Thanks!

dr. richtofen (author)  nerfrocketeer4 years ago
I have a SD card in the wii, and tried copying the GH data, but it wouldn't fully copy it. When I put it in the PC, the data was enrypted, like mpilchfamily said, thus unusable.
Thanks though
Hmmm... Maybe (Idk if this would work or not) try hooking up you iPod to the USB port on the back via the charger cord and see what happens. I'll do a search to see if I can find anything else.
My quick search didn't really help... Maybe you could connect to your pc via an Ethernet cord. It is a cord with a squarish plasticy thing on the end. It has a button you press to release it. It could work. Good luck!