Extra music pack by Matti Paalanen
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|Thread(s):||Official Forums (thread 3)|
|Last Updated:||December 3rd, 2006|
|Download(s):||Project homepage (Celestial Aeon Project), Planet Elder Scrolls (all packs combined version 2.0), TES Nexus (Battle pack), TES Nexus (Dungeon pack), TES Nexus (Explore pack), TES Nexus (Public pack)|
Extra music for Oblivion in spirit of the original score. Composed by a Finnish composer Matti Paalanen.
You can read about the music on these threads:
When new tunes are added, they will be delivered as single file downloads in the threads, until enough material has been set up, after which a new zip-package is created.
Depending on what package you choose to download, the installation procedure is a bit different.
Rapidshare and TESSource: Just unzip the file to your Oblivion/Data/Music/ folder. It places all of the mp3s into right subfolders.
Project homepage mp3 downloads: go to the official forum threads and see what subdirectories the different tunes are meant to be installed and manually move them to the right place.
The mod doesn't overwrite the original music, so you still hear the original Oblivion soundtrack tunes. The program picks the tracks randomly from the directories.
Just delete the new mp3 files from your Music subdirectories. You can listen to them with an external mp3 player and choose what tunes to keep and what to delete.
I've been using this music since I saw the first thread. It really seems to fit into the Oblivion soundtrack while still maintaining an original sound. I actually haven't individually listened to each track. I simply listened to a few of them, decided I liked them, and added all the rest assuming the quality would be the same, and so far, I don't think I've heard a track I disliked. If you're getting bored of the original soundtrack, I would definitely recommend checking these tracks out, as well as any future music released. It is very simple to remove any tracks you don't like, so you don't have to worry about liking all of them.
 Review by prætor_alpha
This music has a different feel than the original music, but still fits the atmosphere of Oblivion perfectly. I put the files into Oblivion's music directory just before I went into Paradise for the second time. Made it feel like it was an entirely different place than before. Better yet, listen to it, and throw out the ones you don't like. And it's licensed under Creative Commons. Share up! 100%.