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Were you looking for interesting mods/CC and The Sims 4 music mod caught your attention? Then you’re not alone in this because this has been attracting Sims fans for a while now! Of course, you know by now that if the official game creators don’t make something nice, great Sims players will create their own content to share with the world!
That’s why today we’re going over the main things you need to know about The Sims 4 music mod and beyond! Take a minute to go through the article and note down the most important things, so you could improve your own gameplay too!
What Comes With The Music Mod?
Of course, there are a lot of different options, but today we will go through the TS4 Music Mod.
Below you can see what is a part of this The Sims 4 music mod:
- Music from Eco Lifestyle has been added!
- Now there is also custom music for loading screens and even edit town mode! Loading screens play the “calm” variants of map songs, and edit town plays the “moderate” variants.
- It has stereo music.
- Reworked AUDT files – implemented CAS music start delay, fixed Seasons map music playing at startup instead of the theme song.
- Music patched in from digital releases is now in a much higher quality.
Not bad, right?
Installing The Sims 4 Music Mod
If this is the first time installing a mod, let alone a music mod, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Firstly, don’t get scared by some files changing. The replacement version of this mod overrides the following files: music_theme.AUDTUN, music_mode_CAS.AUDTUN, music_mode_build.AUDTUN, music_mode_buy.AUDTUN and music_mode_map.AUDTUN. The non-replacement versions will not conflict with anything.
Also, the modder has said that due to the sheer amount of music added by this mod, there might be a few mistakes. It is possible to hear loud chirps at the beginning of a song, experience any crashing or notice that there are typos in the preview menus. Not common, but possible.
Fixing Broken Music Mods
By now you probably already know that there might be some issues with The Sims 4 mods. Since we’re dealing with custom content, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Whether it’s The Sims 4 music mod or some other additionally downloaded content that is slowing down the game or lowering the general quality, here’s what you can do if you suspect a broken mod:
If something is not working or making things go slow, it could be a bad mod or CC doing that. If something doesn’t work anymore or even stops your game from working, you can also check out the full list and even make your contribution by writing something to the thread if you notice that something is not working.
Now you’re more than ready to start adding great new music to The Sims 4 with the help of mods!
While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out our full mods collection!