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Sound Assign in DXC
« on: February 12, 2012, 03:29:53 PM »
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Do you ever mess with the sound assign option in DXC? I usually give Stage 3' the Cross Your Heart theme, Stage 4 with Dance of Pales (it will always be Dance of Pales, dammit), and Stage 5 with the remixed Opus 13. I'll usually give Stage 2' and Stage 4' their original Rondo themes. Stage 2 gets Heavenly Doorway.
Also, I pair the Dracula battle with Prologue.

How do you all customize DXC's soundtrack?

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Re: Sound Assign in DXC
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2012, 05:01:54 PM »
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I stick the SotN version of 'Dance of Illusions' for the final battle with Dracula in the DXC. It just sound that much better the the DXC version imo.
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Re: Sound Assign in DXC
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2012, 03:56:44 PM »
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@X yes, the sotn version of "dance of illusions" is much more faithful to the original rob version than the dxc version, the sotn version is worth sticking with  8)
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Re: Sound Assign in DXC
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2012, 05:07:15 PM »
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Just recently replaced all the normal tracks in DXC with carefully chosen Symphony tracks. I'm kind of wasted on Symphony of the Night music in the original game, so putting it all to a different title injects some fresh love into the tracks.

Here's my tracklist:

St. 1: Prologue
St. 2: Castle Dracula
St. 3: Requiem to the Gods
St. 4: Abandoned Pit
St. 5: The Lost Portrait
St. 2': Marble Hallway
St. 3': Rainbow's Cemetery
St. 4': Misted Crystal Ball
St. 5': Wandering Souls
St. 7: Final Toccata
Boss Music: The Outcasts
Dracula Music: The Black Feast
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