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Added Support for Custom Music #1592

merged 2 commits into from May 15, 2018


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ThePotatoGuy commented May 14, 2018

#1370 #1143 #795 #573 #542 #511 #309


We did something.

Now everyone can stop asking about this.

How to add music:

  1. The music you want to add must be OGG format. Not just an .ogg extension. If it crashes because you renamed an .mp3 to an .ogg , that's not our problem.
  2. Create a new directory custom_bgm in your DDLC/ directory.
  3. Drop the oggs into that directory.
  4. Launch game.


  • Files are checked for access as well as extension. Appropriate files are added to music_choices in the initMusicChoices function.
  • I've also added some checking in init to clear persistent.current_track if its filepath does not resolve to an actual file. This will prevent crashes if the last played music track is removed prior to next launch.

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Tiler17 commented May 14, 2018

Will you continue to add default music? I think this is neat and all, but I still adore 80s Doki Doki, and I never would've come across that otherwise. Or the most recent track that was added


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ThePotatoGuy commented May 14, 2018

Yes, we'll continue to add music that works with MAS.


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kaido1224 commented May 15, 2018

Great idea. Tater you are a genius.

@ThePotatoGuy ThePotatoGuy merged commit efe62ba into Monika-After-Story:enhancement May 15, 2018

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