Ok, I have successfully updated some of the sound snippets in POTC. I am working my way slowly through this game. This is a game that begs to have the music replaced. First of the all, the main theme the stock pin uses just does not remind me of the movie at all. Secondly, POTC had a very memorable movie score. I'll attempt to shoot some sound/video this weekend to share. It's still very much a work in progress.
Don't ask me to share the "Macro" as it will be useless. All of the work involved is in manipulating the sound files before importing them into Pinball Browser. The Pinball Browser portion is easy. Getting the size and timing of the sound snippets correct is slow work on POTC. As an example, the Request #33 sound snippet which is 39.149s automatically populates Request #34 using the same sound snippet but not the same length. #34 is 31.315 seconds. As it happens, #34 starts 7.843s into #33. So, at 7.843s, you don't want to be in awkward spot in the music or when request #34 plays, it will sound stupid.
Also, I found that the Stern sound system just can't handle certain parts of the original soundtrack very well. It just comes out sounding muddled. The Stern sound system is not designed well for a big booming orchestra type of sound. The back box speakers, in particular, sound lousy. Perhaps there are still some tricks I need to learn to make it sound good. However, I did have great success with one of the soundtrack songs and I also had great success with He's a Pirate (from the movie) by David Garrett. He does a rendition with his violin. The violin sound actually fits the game better as the rest of the music/sounds in the game were supposedly done with vintage instruments or sounds as I recall, so the classic sound of the violin playing He's a Pirate fits better in with the rest of the game sounds rather than trying to attempt a big booming full orchestra sound with the pin.