APB allows you to create custom theme music

Friday, 5th February 2010 00:13 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Real Time Worlds has revealed that the music tool in APB will allow you to create your very own custom track that plays every time you kill an enemy.

How cool is that?

If you are familiar with music editing software already, the game’s music creation system will be familiar to you, said Stuart Ross, senior sound designer for the game (via NowGamer).

“The music studio in APB lets you create two things: songs and themes,” he said. “Themes are short five-second pieces of music that are applied to your character and played back in-game, and songs are longer pieces of music that you can export from the music tool into your track list – then you can play them back in your car.

“The music tool itself is based on real music editors, so if you’re already familiar with these things you should be ready to go.”

Awesome. You’re very own theme.

Confirmed to be in closed Beta last October, APB will have so much customization, it will make your head spin – hopefully in a fantastic way.

Hurry with it please. We wants it.



  1. MasterChiefFenix

    sounz kewl, but who wants to hear an entire song play out just for one kill?

    #1 5 years ago
  2. RGW1982

    Sounds Dumb…

    #2 5 years ago
  3. cookiejar

    Sounds like a Golf..

    #3 5 years ago
  4. SplatteredHouse

    @1, did you misread? It says you get 5 seconds to record a theme that plays after a kill, and the song you can make will play in your car, I guess to help pass the time as you drive around looking for other players to shoot.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. MasterChiefFenix

    still, it’s tunes. I’m used to hearing ‘headshot’, ‘double kill’, ect.ect.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Len

    I could never install the beta ‘cos it wouldn’t let you choose a bloody diff drive to c:, ridiculous!!!

    #6 5 years ago
  7. fdelfino

    shit man, I’ve subscribed to test their beta but never got a response. Damn bastards!

    #7 5 years ago

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