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A mod that replaces the default Risk of Rain 2 soundtrack with music from Terraria. An edit of Kyle's RoR1 music mod.
This is an edit of Kyle's OriginalSoundTrack mod that replaces music with Terraria music. https://thunderstore.io/package/Kyle/OriginalSoundTrack/
This mod allows you to play Risk of Rain 1 (or any) music in place of the normal soundtrack.
You must supply your own music files though.
Place the DLLs and settings.xml in: Risk of Rain 2\BepInEx\plugins\OriginalSoundTrack
Your music files can either go in the same directory or you can specifiy a directory
in settings.xml (using the
Music files can be in .mp3 or .wav format (with those exact extensions).
Make sure the filenames match what's in settings.xml (or edit settings.xml to match your files.)
If you delete settings.xml, don't match your filenames with
<song> tags, or delete all
<song> tags, then the
plugin will just choose random music it found.
If your files match all the song "names", then you don't need to do anything else, but feel free to customize.
If the plugin fails to match a song for a scene, it will just choose a random one it found in the plugin directory.
Put scene IDs in the "scenes" attribute to have audio play on that scene in settings.xml. The scenes attribute is comma separated. A scene only has to be "contained" in the real scene ID for it to match: ("golemplains" in the scene attr will match for the golemplains2 scene id.)
Example for playing MyFile.mp3 on the title screen and main menus:
<song name="MyFile.mp3" scenes="title,lobby,logbook,crystalworld,eclipseworld" boss="false" volume="1" />
Setting boss to "true" means that music can only play when the player activates the teleport on a level (or on the final boss fight). Otherwise music can only play elsewhere (non teleport events). "volume" is a decimal between 0 and 1.
It's ok to have multiple
<song> definitions with the same name or scenes. The plugin will choose a song randomly
among the matching songs.
The top level
<volume> tag is the master volume for all this plugin's music. Again, a decimal between 0 and 1.
The top level
<loop> tag determines if music should loop or pick another song (from matching songs) after a song ends.
The top level
<music-path> tag specifies where the plugin should scan for music. It does not traverse down directories.
The default path it scans for music is:
Risk of Rain 2\BepInEx\plugins\OriginalSoundTrack
(As of the 1.0 update)
See here for pictures of the level scenes: https://riskofrain2.fandom.com/wiki/Environments
Non Levels: ID Description =============================================== splash - "hopoo games" image intro - intro cutscene outro - outro cutscene title - the title screen lobby - the select character screen. logbook - view logs screen. crystalworld - prismatic trials menu (not normally reachable in modded RoR2) eclipseworld - eclipse menu Levels: ID Level Name / Description =============================================== bazaar - Bazaar Between Time (The Shop) blackbeach - Distant Roost golemplains - Titanic Plains foggyswamp - Wetland Aspect goolake - Abandoned Aqueduct frozenwall - Rallypoint Delta wispgraveyard - Scorched Acres dampcavesimple - Abyssal Depths shipgraveyard - Siren's Call skymeadow - Sky Meadow moon - Commencement (Final Level) artifactworld - Bulwark's Ambry (Artifact Challenge arena where you unlock the artifacts with keys.) arena - Void Fields (poison area with lots of "teleport" events.) mysteryspace - A Moment, Fractured (the place where you can obliterate yourself.) limbo - A Moment, Whole (the mega scavenger boss) goldshores - Glided Coast (the place where you fight the golden Stone Titan)
This plugin uses NAudio.dll https://github.com/naudio/NAudio to help load and play music at runtime. This is done to make it very easy for players to supply their own music. The downside is that the normal in game music isn't disabled (Maybe there is a way to do that, I dunno). To get around this, this plugin sets your in game music volume setting to 0. It tries to set it back to where it was when the game closes but I'm not sure if this works. Anyway you have been warned.
When applicable, assume stuff is under the MIT licence ( https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT ) I am not liable for any damages and there is no warranty etc...