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Ozhara's ST Selections - TES Morrowind
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This mod replaces the Soundtrack and menu music with a selection out of the one from The Elder Scrolls III - Morrowind as requested by English Rose.

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If you want to customize your soundtrack, as you might have done with textures, here you get how the soundtrack works:

The game uses the folder Game\sound\music.

There it searches for the file xmusic1.mp3

If a mp3 ends, and there is a file with actual number + 1 like xmusic2.mp3 after playing xmusic1.mp3, than that one will be played next.

If there is no further file, or there is a gap between the actual files number and the next one, like xmusic1, xmusic2 and xmusic4, than it restarts with the first file.

Until now I don't know if there is a max number of soundtrack files that are used.

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All my soundtracks will contain every single title in a seperate mp3 file, so you can easily delete or change a specific one, or change their order.

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If you want to delete this soundtrack, do the following:

1. Unsubscribe from this mod

2. Verify your game cache

3. Go to your game\sound\music folder and delete all undeleted files named xmusic_.mp3, where _ is higher than 1.

This is needed for the modding structure of AoE2 HD allows the game to use additional files, but steams verification function just checks/restores/deletes files that where originaly installed with the game.
So only changed files are removed automatically, all additional ones like scenarios, most ingame objects and so on will stay until you take care of them manually.
11 Comments
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Ozhara  [author] Dec 15, 2013 @ 1:02am 
Thanks, glad you like it! :)
Kori D'kjove Dec 14, 2013 @ 6:46pm 
Ohhhh such a delight to hear one of my favorite music selections and compositions in a game I love equally. Truly well done, good Ozhara, well done indeed.
Ozhara  [author] Nov 29, 2013 @ 9:27pm 
Great to hear you got the files away , but just as a short info:

This is due to Steam and AoE.

Uninstalling a mod with steam needs you to verify your game cache - for EVERY mod.

Steam just takes care of original game files.
But AoEs modding system is designed to use additional files in many cases.

This means these additional files will NEVER be deleted by steam.
Like ALL random maps, like ALL scenarios, like ALL graphics beside terrains, like ALL soundtrack files without FE that use the new soundtrack system and like ALL soundtrack files that have a higher file number than any official FE soundtrack file.

There is simply no solution for all these files beside deleting them manually.
Beside using my Mod Manager.
ChiefDijon Nov 29, 2013 @ 8:11pm 
My apologies sir! I now and problem free and in possession of the Morrowind soundtrack! Once again my bad man, Thank you!
ChiefDijon Nov 29, 2013 @ 8:03pm 
this is upsetting me quite a bit, don't download this mod. Cannot uninstall the mod just by clicking unsubscribe. Ran well, just not worth the trouble!
Chris B Oct 18, 2013 @ 1:15am 
Sorry about your internet problems! My own connection has been acting up lately. It will be awesome when ready though as Skyrim is my favorite game of all time!! :) Can't wait to try it out.
Ozhara  [author] Oct 17, 2013 @ 8:48pm 
Already working on it, just very few free time last weeks and unsolved internet connection problems. But I'm looking forward to get it finished in the near future. :)
Chris B Oct 17, 2013 @ 12:25pm 
Can you do a similar mod except for Skyrim?
Wizardo Sep 19, 2013 @ 11:46pm 
Thanks
Ozhara  [author] Sep 19, 2013 @ 1:06am 
After unsubscribing and verifying your game cache, go to your game\sound\music folder and delete all undeleted files named xmusic_.mp3, where _ is higher than 1.

Sorry for not mentioning, I'll add it to the description.