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    On RCT3 can you... (Merged)

    can you upload your own music on to the game to put on your rides and stuff?

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    Re: On RCT3 can you...

    Yes you can, there should be a folder in My Documents that holds a folder for RCT3 that you can put MP3s and WAV audio into and then they will show up under the dropdown list of audio you can choose for fireworks are rides.


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    Re: On RCT3 can you...

    Also, if you want a certain song to play during a certain part of your ride, Put loud speakers in the area you want it to be heard on and then click on the loud speaker and click on what song you want it to play.

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    Re: On RCT3 can you...

    The folder you need is located in My Documents/my music/RCT3. You also have to go to the options in the main menu and put a check mark in "use my music" for RCT3 to know to add the music to the default music.
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    Exclamation Another Q lol :)

    Can you upload music from your computer onto the game? I know that you can upload pics?

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    Re: Another Q lol :)

    You can upload MP3s to RCT3. I did so for one of my fireworks shows.

    Here are the instructions for importing music:

    just copy the selected music files that you want to be played in RCT3 by pasting them to this directory: Desktop -> My Documents -> RCT3 -> Music. Then start the game up, and the new imported music files should be there. You can import wav, mp3, mid, and a few other file types into the folder.
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    Re: On RCT3 can you... (Merged)

    howi dont understand what ya'll r sayin

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    Re: On RCT3 can you... (Merged)

    I don't think it can be explained any simpler than what Dustysage and Lost Boy just said.

    You copy the music files into the specified folder and if you have checked the box in the game setup to "use my music" - then they are available to use in the game - What's not to understand?







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    Re: On RCT3 can you... (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by Allitalianboy View Post
    howi dont understand what ya'll r sayin
    Here is how I did it.

    I opned up the "My Documents" folder and then I opened up the "My Music" Folder. In that folder should be a RCT3 Folder and I opened that up. Then I copy and pasted the audio files I wanted to use, into the RCT3 folder. I closed that all up, turned on the game, opened up a scenario I wanted to play, then I clicked on the Wrench/Floppy Disc Icon that appeared on the left side of the screen when I was playing. After clicking that, a white box popped up and towards the bottom of that white box, it had a box that I was able to click on asked if I wanted to use the audio files I put into the RCT3. I clicked the box next to the question, closed the box, and I was done .

    Then, I put Loud Speakers all over the place (They can be found in the scenery selection). When I placed those speakers, I clicked on them until a little blue box with a pull down tab popped up and listed all the songs in the RCT3 folder that it could play.

    You can also have the stations play songs you select, by clicking on the ride and I think there would be a speaker phone icon you would have to click in order to choose what song you want to have playing at the station.

    That's all the advice I can offer. But I'm sure if you play around with the game for a bit more, you'll soon understand what we are talking about .

    OH! I forgot to mention that when you installed RCT3, there should have been a game manual installed on your computer in PDF format. It is located in RCT3's Main Folder and if you scroll down a few pages, it will also tell you how to play your own audio in the game .
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