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  1. EPDGaffney
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    2019 update incoming. Reworking a lot of stuff. You'll like it. So will your mam. Probably require JIP LN, though. Comment if that makes you upset.
    Update:
    Actually I'm waiting for JohnnyGuitar NVSE functions so that I can let players have 100% control over which songs are in the rotation, and include some other features. If that doesn't pan out, I have a workaround idea that will take exponentially longer, so I may not feel up to doing it that way.
    1. totallynotlogic
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      that's alright man, also is there a track list anywhere? couldn't find one, thanks.
    2. KaPks8
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      There's one right in the DL
    3. EPDGaffney
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      It may even wind up requiring JohnnyGuitar NVSE if they can add the functions I really want, we'll see.
    4. Prorok97
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      Finally! Looking forward to the update. :)
    5. EPDGaffney
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      I have all the songs, but I am indeed waiting for JohnnyGuitar to update with two functions I need in order to realise my final vision for this mod.
  2. Splattt808
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    Is there a song list? I'm very close to downloading it, but i want to make sure i'll like the music
  3. Fenrir1536
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    So just a head up, I got this mod to work after a bit of tinkering in MO2 if anyone has problems with this. Didn't see it mentioned but for future users and what not. I was running TTW 1.3.2 at the time and no other radio mods.

    MO2 throws out a code upon installation that the .esp file is in the incorrect location, if I ignored this or just moved it "above" the Data folder the mod will either not have an .esp in its load order or no changes occur and you just have the stock radio and song list. I had to move the Sound folder and ExtendedNVRadio.esp out of the Data folder, then I just deleted the data folder. Basically just structure it like any other radio mod and it should be good to go, not sure weather its weirdness on my end or what but its a solution.

    Mod runs and works great now, kudos to the author.
  4. rimhap
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    Just wanna express my appreciation of this mod and give a story of my favorite moment using it. I know the song selections in-game are totally random, but this one track came on at such a perfect instant.

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    Was playing through the Independent story line RPing as an anti-establishment, "man-of-the-people" revolutionary type. So I had Idolized status with nearly everyone EXCEPT NCR, Caesar's Legion, BoS, and White Glove Society, who all hated me or worse. For the quest How Little We Know, I decided to ice every last Omertas, because they were no better than small-time slavers in my character's mind. Anyway, it's one of my meetings with Yes Man, and he reports that Mr. House intended to intervene to prevent the NCR president's assassination. When it came my turn to act, I blew off suggestion. F*** presidents, right? No Gods, No Masters after all! A couple days later, though, I'm stocking up at Miguel's Pawn Shop and on the radio comes the announcement of President Kimball's death, with Mr. New Vegas donning a hitherto unheard degree of Walter Cronkite gravitas. It wasn't the first news story I heard involving something I'd had a hand in, but apart from some minor stuff about Powder Gangers, it was the first bad news. It was this kind of Oh S*** moment: that the wheel of history is turning in New Vegas and that, despite my best intentions, I may not wind up on the right side of it in the minds of the people. Just because I saw the NCR and other nations as tyrants, didn't mean the rest of the world was bound to follow me.

    Then our Greek chorus Mr. New Vegas wraps up his grave announcement, returning to his more everyday self. "Ladies and gentlemen," he announces, "this next song goes out from me to you." That song? The Rotten C***suckers Ball.
    EDITED: Censoring myself before Nexus does
  5. BrutalCelt
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    By far the best radio mod I've used.
  6. HomieBud
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    love how the picture of johnny cash is a picture of joaquine phoenix, portraying johnny cash in walk the line.
    1. TedKordBlueBeetle
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      Came to say the same thing, it's hilarious
  7. romsarb
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    Really nice mod! My favorite songs are "Radiation Baby" and "Duck and Cover" about Bert the Turtle. "Peace on earth... or the earth in pieces."
  8. wisegrey1
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    no Mr. Sandman?! :(
  9. potatoesaregud
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    installed this mod via mo2 and my radio new vegas is still playing the vanilla songs.

    what wouldve caused this?
    1. brianwarner1
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      Read the "Installation" article carefully please.
  10. Asterra
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    Currently I'm tracking down an issue whereby when the songs play over in-game radios, they do not play positionally (centered on the radio itself) but rather dead-center as if from the Pip-Boy. Does not affect all or even most tracks, but seemingly a decent percentage. Not easy to sort out.

    Edit: Found the problem. Some of your mono files are actually stereo, and this is telling the game not to treat them positionally. #233 is an example. I'll check back later, but I'll probably just fix all the tracks on my end. It was also necessary to adjust the volume after the mixdown by about -5dB.
    1. EPDGaffney
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      Thanks. I'm planning to update this in a couple of weeks. If you want to send me that or send me what you've tracked down, can't say I'd mind.
    2. Asterra
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      I checked. These are the tracks which are affected:

      210, 222, 224 through 250.

      So about 12% of the tracks in total. Simple to fix, but I'll leave you to it. I don't know for certain what process you prefer to use, or what quality, and it's probably better to work from the source files, which I also don't have.

      I'll also mention for the heck of it that the mono iterations of the game's radio tracks are, aside from being mono, purposefully lower-fidelity -- a filter has been applied. Not entirely sure what the nature of the filter is, but the idea was clearly to give it a quality of subpar radio, and they sound very different from the clean Pip-Boy versions. Maybe a little excessive effort just to mimic what the vanilla game does, but you never know.
    3. EPDGaffney
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      That many? Wow, I only ever got to hear it with a couple. Suppose that's what happens with 250 tracks. Thanks for finding them all. That will save me some time for sure.
    4. leipzig175
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      Thank you for this comment Asterra. Used the macro function of Audacity to batch convert the affected files stereo to mono, amplify -5dB, export as .ogg, then repacked the .rar
    5. Constantius
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      Thank you for this! I followed the same workflow to resolve the problem for my installation.
  11. DramaxOfVivec
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    Is there a song list with the file number for each song?
    1. brianwarner1
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      Yeah man. Just download it. And you'll see:

      Music Pack for Radio New Vegas song list.docx (29.2 kB)
      Music Pack for Radio New Vegas song list.txt (10.8 kB)

      But actually not sure about the numbers :)