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3-26-2011 @ 8:05AM
On loop even.
3-26-2011 @ 8:59AM
Seconded. I've always played with it on, and the music in WoW is now so embedded into my experience of the game, it doesn't feel right if it's not playing. A while back, most of my UI stuff got reset thanks to some glitch, and I noticed right away that the music wasn't looping anymore. Entering Stormwind without that classic music? Just doesn't seem right. I got the Cataclysm soundtrack with the collector's edition, and I often put it on when I'm working on other stuff.Also: the music was composed by a guy named David Arkenstone. There's no way it couldn't have been epic when the composer's last name is that epic. ^_^http://wow.joystiq.com/2010/12/07/15-minutes-of-fame-cataclysm-soundtrack-composer-david-arkensto/
3-26-2011 @ 9:03AM
I personally like to immerse myself into the world when playing and the wow music is perfect for that. I have tried over the past 5 1/2 years to listen to regular music but find I cannot as I end up getting caught up/distracted to what I'm listening to and get very little done in-game. Sometimes I switch it to loop when at other times I enjoy the incidental moments in the way the Ms Crofts first adventure on the PS1 (or just PS at the time, I guess) wooed us in a similar way. The only except to the rule of me not having music on is in raids (music reduced to 11% because it STILL has to be there for me) when I'm in my office *ahem* working *ahem* or farming while watching TV./nerd.out.
3-26-2011 @ 9:23AM
ditto. game music and sounds.
3-26-2011 @ 11:33AM
Same here. WoW music is simply amazing and never gets old.Unless I'm in farm mode in which case I fire up EpicMusicPlayer and listen my own playlist, mostly composed of Metal and Industrial.
3-26-2011 @ 11:52AM
Back in BC, I was finishing up a Karazhan run when a friend came over. He actually said "Wow, Kara is way more epic with the music on" when he heard my computer.
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