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Hi, i wanted to make a BMS-like map, since i have a song with many keysounds that belong to this one, i was wondering if i could use a plenty of keysounds in order to be able to do it, because i am limited to 12 sounds (the ones with soft normal and drum) And i would like to add all the ones i want, Is that possible?

People told me to use a bms editor but i don't know how it works and i can't manage to make it work

Thanks in advance
Seyren
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If you noticed, you can have custom hitsounds 2,3,4,5,... for normal, soft, and drums right now, so you can have as many hitsounds as you want.

As for bms editor, I am not familiar with the scene, so probably best to go back and ask those who originally recommended you to the bms editor
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blissfulyoshi wrote:

If you noticed, you can have custom hitsounds 2,3,4,5,... for normal, soft, and drums right now, so you can have as many hitsounds as you want.

As for bms editor, I am not familiar with the scene, so probably best to go back and ask those who originally recommended you to the bms editor
If that's true i would like to know how because i have been looking on the webs and even on https://osu.ppy.sh/forum/t/729 , but i don't manage to know how, if you tell me how to i would really appreciate it ^^
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bump.
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Don't bump please.

@topic

Import BMS by using the built-in converter on editor. Make sure that the keysound files are with BMSes files in 1 folder and import them.
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ishimaru94 wrote:

Don't bump please.

@topic

Import BMS by using the built-in converter on editor. Make sure that the keysound files are with BMSes files in 1 folder and import them.
I am sorry, i didn't mean to do anything wrong x_x, i won't bump again,

Thank you, i will try to make the song in BMS if i manage to make the UMBplay or something like that to work, i can't see what i am editing, but i guess that belongs to other part of the forums, thank you for the answer ^^
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