Do you play with music enabled?  

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  1. 1. Do you play with music enabled?



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Well-met    3021

umm absolute yes. I don't know anyone here who would do such a thing.

Perhaps only the most diehard 8000-hours people would disable music, and perhaps those that ran through Forge and Gorge a thousand times would disable music.

otherwise it's essential into shaping the masterpiece that is dont starve.

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Brubs    3006
1 minute ago, thegreatJash said:

Good music, playing without seems a little lifeless, but I can get why some people don't. My favorite muaic are all the spring music.

So theres different soundtracks for every season? Wow that's interesting. I feel like im missing out some content.... Might try enabling it just to try it out lol

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Lovely Roses    476

I don't really have a favourite music track unless you count music box hutch. I can't really imagine playing the game without music, it just makes the game feel so lifeless.

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noeticmoose    194

I'll be the weird one and say that I do disable it when I'm playing with others.  It's got less to do with quality and likability of the music [I quite like it when playing solo, although I'll usually pick my own tracks] and has more to do with how my brain works - I can focus more on what people are saying without it as I easily get carried away when listening with music.

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KeshS    3411

I only enable when I fight bosses. Sometimes I forget to turn the music on before starting a fight, so it becomes a speedrun.

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Brubs    3006
3 minutes ago, Charlie Dark said:

I'd LOVE to  hear my own music but... I'd rather hear the depth worms than listen to my own music...

Why is that? Sometimes i just feel like listening to music according to my mood (mostly when im sad). And i think that having enabled the game's music may interfere with my playlist 

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kittem    527

while playing normal, yes. it helps me hear the ingame sounds better, PLUS i have the dusk/night music mod which prevents the music from stopping, which is sooo annoying.

while playing forge i play my own music though. (especially when playing as woodie, because bear hugger's theme from punch out wii fits well)

while playing gorge, music stays on no matter what, that music is amazing

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Mike23Ua    6411

I am addicted to the catchy tune that sucks everyone into the constant, Ragtime I think it’s called?? I would love to be able to play that in game lol.

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sudoku    411

I used to afk in the main menu a lot so I disabled the sound completely and afterwards I never really got around to re enabling it, yes I'm lazy. I still actually haven't heard Wurt or Walters voice.

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ShadowDuelist    6535

I play without music because after 3000 hours the same music became dull.

But I'd definitely recommend to play with the music on to anyone, it has a great soundtrack and it takes a looong time to get bored of it.

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Gabu Gabu    308

If I'm playing DST mindlessly by myself for whatever reason then I play some other soundtrack in the background just cause I want to. But if I'm playing DST with friends or the original game then I have to enable the music for the ~experience~

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Hornete    4611

Woah thats quite a lot of people sho disable music.

 

Can any one of those people tell me why you do? I'm really surprised.

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