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Last Updated: Jan 04, 2011, 02:32:33 pm
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In this tutorial, I will teach you how to put your custom music in M&B.
This is very useful, considering that the music in game sounds like crap. (No offense there, I just don't like it.)





First thing you should do (Obviously), is to know which song you want to use, it would be nice if it's MP3 file, but it's alright if it is something else too.
Then, you should download "MP3 converter simple" which can be found >Here<
Download it, then install it, the installation process is fairly simple, so I will just skip that part.
When the installation is finished, start the file using the icon installation created on your desktop.

You should come up with this screen:

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Don't worry, we won't need it for 30 files. (Unless you want to completely change all the music in the game.)
So click Evaluate.
Then, select source format, I will use MP3 in this case.
Add the files by clicking the: "Add files..." button. In this case, I will use Disturbed-Indestructible song you can download from this tutorial.

Click Next:

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Select the OGG Vorbis output Audio format, like here:

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I recommend you leave the options untouched, but play with them if you want:

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Select the output folder, then click the Convert button.

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Wait for the files to convert.

Now, you go to your Mount&Blade music folder, which is commonly located in C:\Program Files\Mount&Blade\Music
You should see LOTS of music files, play a few of them and you'll recognize the music from the game.


Find the music you want to replace. In this tutorial, I will use fight_1, which is the music played when you are in battle on foot.
It's pretty easy from now on, just rename the file you just converted into: fight_1
Then copy it into music folder, if asked to overwrite, say Yes.


There you go! You will now hear your custom music inside your game! Enjoy!

Since you have to put files, i put the Disturbed-Indestructible MP3 in here. Download it and put it in your game if you want. It's pretty awesome for M&B.


Please take your time to rate and comment on this. I have worked hard on it, and I would like to know if it's working good for everyone.
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 How to put your custom songs into M (v 1.0)  » posted by szablislawmieczynski on Jan 19, 2011, 02:39:45 pm
pity that only 30! could be out more? :hammer:
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 How to put your custom songs into M (v 1.0)  » posted by molashkre on May 05, 2011, 10:47:06 am
great B-)
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 How to put your custom songs into M (v 1.0)  » posted by sataribus on Jun 05, 2011, 06:28:19 pm
thanks sooooooooooooooooooooooo much for posting this ! LOVE the way i am able to change that crazy music and sounds omg yes lol. changes the whole mood of the game and i can now cut/paste and make complete set ups for any mod etc. THANKS! B-)
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