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Jeremy Soule

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  1. DarkSoulDuck
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    Cool mod! I put this together myself a couple of times. There are some fully uncompressed flac and wav versions of the soundtrack floating around, but I could never get default Morrowind.exe to play them, they seem to play okay with OpenMW though.
  2. ElAhrairaha
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    A comparison video with two clips letting us hear the difference would be helpful. Otherwise, good mod. Deffo an install for my next playthrough.
  3. Jackleson
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    TBH the reprise sounds like a marvel movie remix a little bit. Don't recommend.
    1. sade1212
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      Just thought I'd throw it in as a fun extra. The UESP says Soule composed it as a warm-up for the Skyrim OST; to get him back in the TES mood. His style did get a bit more dramatic/blockbuster-esque going from Morrowind to Oblivion to Skyrim.
  4. Pherim
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    Haha, thank you for this. Of course, I have replaced the music in my game a long time ago.

    However, I may have to apologize to the author of the other mod, because I have downloaded Adobe Media Encoder, which he said he used, and it really does make the cutoff at 16kHz, even at 320kbit. The difference to a 128kbit file seems to be that it is somewhat more "dense", for the lack of a better word. I have no idea if this means it is objectively better or worse, and I've since learned that you can't actually tell how good the quality of a piece of music is just by looking at the spectrograms.

    In any case, I trust these are alright.
  5. Necrolesian
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    For the most part I can't tell much difference. On a couple tracks I can barely tell a difference.

    But I have on-board sound and low-quality speakers. It might be more worthwhile for people with a better sound setup.
  6. DemonLordFifer
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    The original theme in my comparison sounds just slightly, and I mean slightly better, BUT it is better.

    The track has what I'd call a fuller sound

    Thanks
    1. Jackleson
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      Well, what kind of audio set up do you have?