If you wanna access your windows ntfs partition theres a couple of things you need to do. First off you need to make sure the ntfs file system support is compilied into the kernel. After that you need to make a directory to mount the filesystem too, so for arguments sake lets do it in the default location of /mnt. Login as a root since root is the only one who can create a directory to /mnt. then execute this command from the console :
After that you should have a windows directory in /mnt. Now we need to mount the windows partition and link it to the directory. To do that execute :
mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows (substitute hda1 to your partition location(hda2, hdb3, etc.))
note : You must do this as root in the mnt directory and you will have to do this every time you reboot the computer.
now you should be able to navigate through your windows partition and find your music.
If you want linux to mount this for you just add the information to your /etc/fstab accordingly.
As for your soundcard, make sure you have the right driver compiled in the kernel for the sound card to be supported.