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Well, the title says everything. XD
Im finishing my first beatmap and I want to add another version of the song to it to make another difficutly, thats why I want to know how to do that.
Oh and can you, when explaining me how to that, explain it detailed, like in steps or something. ^^
And you ask why? Because Im dumb, that why!!! XD I will even credit you in the Creator's Words/ Beatmap descripstion ( or how ever you call that ) for helping me when I finish it! ( which will take some time but oh well...)
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Will number it for you :P

1. Get the new mp3 you want to use and put it in the beatmap folder with the old mp3 (file - open folder).
2. Create the difficulty you plan to use it on (file - save as new difficulty).
3. Click on File - 'Open osu in notepad' on that difficulty.
4. Find the "Audiofilename" line and change it to the title of the new mp3 and save.
5. Reload the map.

After that you should have that 1 difficulty with the new mp3 you set~
(Make sure it doesn't harm the filesize too much though)
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James2250 wrote:

Will number it for you :P

1. Get the new mp3 you want to use and put it in the beatmap folder with the old mp3 (file - open folder).
2. Create the difficulty you plan to use it on (file - save as new difficulty).
3. Click on File - 'Open osu in notepad' on that difficulty.
4. Find the "Audiofilename" line and change it to the title of the new mp3 and save.
5. Reload the map.

After that you should have that 1 difficulty with the new mp3 you set~
(Make sure it doesn't harm the filesize too much though)
Well this is easier then I thought. Thank you very much James! You were a big to me for the making of this and other beatmaps that I will create~ ^^
I will credit you in the Creators Words when I finish it, as promised! :D
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Wait, I still don't understand what to do...
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Callistogirl1 wrote:

Wait, I still don't understand what to do...
Don't necropost please... ;_;

If you have a problem, just make another thread.

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