The Frosty_Engine Mar 30, 2014 @ 11:59pm
How does one replace music?
I'd really like to know how to replace, say, ending credits, with something cool. How does one accomplish this task? Is it really hard? Or just a simple thing anyone can learn and do in less than half an hour? I know a lot about file locations and file stuff and what not, already.

I'd appreciate the help, please!
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Those Dirty Blues Mar 31, 2014 @ 3:13am 
Sound modding is arguably the easiest way to make a mod.
All you need is for your replacement sound to have the same duration, format (number of channels, .wav file type, et cetera), and name as the sound you're replacing. Then re-create the folder path to that sound in a root folder, grab an addoninfo.txt template from the internet, modify it to your needs, and run your mod folder through the vpk.exe (installed with the Authoring Tools, located in left 4 dead 2/bin), and voila! Sound mod.

Audacity is an easy program to do this in.
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Golden Mar 31, 2014 @ 3:54am 
We have a Workshop to that?
The Frosty_Engine Mar 31, 2014 @ 8:22pm 
Ok, thanks!
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