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Describes music segments to be used in a map.
- float Tempo
- Default Tempo in Beats per Minute. (BPM) This value is used to determine when it makes sense to switch music segments and to keep the beats of playing segments in sync during crossfading. Custom values can be specified for each segment, but those are actually ignored. The game checks whether it should switch to a new segment on every even beat.
- MusicSegment Action
- Details about the music segment played during general combat action.
- MusicSegment Ambient
- Details about the music segment to play while there is no combat.
- MusicSegment Intro
- Details about the segment to play at map startup.
- MusicSegment Suspense
- Details about the suspense segment. This segment is played e.g. when the own team (but not the local player) has the enemy flag and the player is not involved in "combat".
- MusicSegment Tension
- Details about the tension segment. This segment is played e.g. when the enemy team (or both teams) has the player's flag and the player is not involved in "combat".
- MusicSegment Victory
- Details about the "victory" segment. This segment is played if the player is powered up, e.g. under the effect of UDamage, Berserk or Invulnerability, steers a Redeemer missile or drives a Leviathan, or when the player has the flag. Like suspense and tension, this segment is overruled by the action segment if the player is involved in combat.
Note: Custom gametypes may change the meaning of a music segment by replacing the UTMusicManager with their own implementation.
- float TempoOverride
- Tempo in Beats per Minute. This allows for the specific segement to have a different BPM *
- ECrossfadeType CrossfadeRule
- crossfading always begins at the beginning of the measure *
- int CrossfadeToMeNumMeasuresDuration
- How many measures it takes to crossfade to this MusicSegment
(e.g. No matter which MusicSegement we are currently in when we crossfade to this one we will fade over this many measures.
- SoundCue TheCue
- SoundCue Died
- SoundCue DoubleKill
- SoundCue EnemyGrabFlag
- SoundCue FirstKillingSpree
- SoundCue FlagReturned
- SoundCue GrabFlag
- SoundCue Kill
- SoundCue LongKillingSpree
- SoundCue MajorKill
- SoundCue MonsterKill
- SoundCue MultiKill
- SoundCue ReturnFlag
- SoundCue ScoreLosing
- SoundCue ScoreTie
- SoundCue ScoreWinning