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Mod Discussion Mondays (Week 132) – Best Mods for Music

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Hello everyone! Welcome back to the "Best mods for…" weekly discussion!

If you don't know what the "Best mods for…" topics are you can find the original threads here. Last weeks discussion can be found here.

These discussions are intended to be ongoing for the full week, so make sure to contribute your own opinions and experiences at any time!

As always, the rules:


1) Be respectful – A lot of different mods get posted, as well as a lot of different opinions on said mods. Try to be respectful during the discussion.

2) Debate conflicts maturely – Nobody likes a Nazeem. If you're respectful to others, people will be respectful back. If you're disrespectful to others, people find interesting ways to kill you and post about it on r/skyrim.

3) Please keep the discussion relevant – Feel free to post mods that aren't directly related, but please try to keep all mods semi-related to the week's topic.

4) Please provide a link to the mod you're discussing – Even if you're discussing a popular mod, a link to the mod page is a massive help. People are more interested in the mod you're talking about and are more likely to look at it if there's a link.

Topic – Music

Who doesn't get a little giddy when they hear the chanting from Skyrim's main menu screen? The perfect music can take any gaming experience to the next level and, while Skyrim has some great music, it doesn't have a whole lot of variety, certainly not enough to last a full play through. From covers to expansions, to additions from other games the modding community is always hard at work to expand and tweak Skyrim's musical accompaniment.

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For more great sound mods, check out the Best Mods for Audio.

Without further ado, here are my top picks for this week:

  • Conditional Music Overhaul adds music from the Northern Diaries, an expansion to Skyrim's soundtrack by the original composer, and Witcher 3, by CD Project Red – both triple-A tracks made available to the community by incredible and dedicated composers.
  • Kill the Orchestra is a bit of an odd pick for this week, I know, but sometimes you want to rock out to your own beats during a play through, or perhaps the combat music with every encounter just pulls you out of the game. This is an easy way to remove just the soundtracks you don't want.
  • Fantasy Soundtrack Project offers a collection of music by the community that together provides a very classical RPG feel to Skyrim, while fitting in great with its original soundtrack.

But what are your favourite mods for the music of Skyrim?

BONUS QUESTION: What are some of your favourite covers by some of the amazing and talented vocalists in the Skyrim community?


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