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March 18th, 2012
#1
This guide will tell you in-depth how to mod the sound of your game. It will also tell you how to find the in-game sound you want to mod. Sorry for no voice D:. I gave you the link for dragon unpacker so you don't have to download it from google.

(Forgot to add to video: If the file size is too big, when you open audacity, cut down part of the end of the video until the file size is right. It is completely trial
and error to see how much you have to cut to make it work, Make sure it is cut at a point that it won't sound bad in the game.)

If you want the whole sound file and dont want to cut a clip out thinking it will get to repetitive, when you click Export in Audactity you can click the Options box after u select Vorbis OGG File and slide the slider to the right....downs quality a bit but allows for injection of longer song files. The closer that slider is to the word Quality, the larger the file size will be so slide away from that word.

Do not delete the new sound file you made, not the sound 4 but the actual music file that is going into the sound4, instead go to the sounds folder inside your sound folder and make a new folder there with the name of whatever town or thing you modded (EX. If you changed title name folder: Title), put the new file that you had into there just incase something happens you will have the file and can just inject it into the sound4 without having to redo the whole thing.

If you get an error when you hit paste write into sound4.pak, Uncheck read-only!!! (Right click sound4, properties, uncheck read-only, apply.

Links:
Dragon unpacker
Audacity
HxD hex editor
OGG to MP3

(If you set the quality all the way up, it will be crystal clear)

Last edited on June 17th, 2012 at 08:02 PM.
March 18th, 2012
#2
Ok Let me Be the first to hit that Thank User Icon Very Helpful bro nice!
March 18th, 2012
#3
Cool guide, real nice job.
March 18th, 2012
#4
Very nice, and a good example of how much detail i shoulda put in the tutorial in the first place, +thanks this is pro status

EDIT: Moderator might as well delete mine this is the same thing just better detailed for those without experience in basic modding

Last edited on March 19th, 2012 at 09:03 AM. Reason: Shortened post, edit was added to swordsman45 post
March 18th, 2012
#5
while this is a cool tutorial and useful. I am just curious what sound speople would actually change lol
March 18th, 2012
#6
Title, towns, movement, EVERYTHING :D.
March 18th, 2012
#7
I'm looking forward to making a good sound mod, using this guide, when I have the time.

Thank you very much. Good stuff ! *clicks *
March 18th, 2012
#8
I'm looking forward to making a good sound mod, using this guide, when I have the time.

Thank you very much. Good stuff ! *clicks *

hopefully some one makes a dubstep mod then ill put the music up or a tecno mod
March 18th, 2012
#9
If I still played I would spend a majority of my time incorporating fart sounds into every possible situation
March 18th, 2012
#10
Lol Which is Sound for when you start a duel?
I want to add "Fight!" from Mortal Kombat into there :p
My Idea No Stealing!!
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