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LSD contains 490 unique audio tracks. Each area has its own five patterns that can be heard in any of seven different instrument sets which stay consistent throughout a day. The instrument set for a day is chosen at random each time a new day is started or when one of the opening clips is watched on the main menu screen, and the pattern for an area is randomly picked each time the player links to that area.

Instrument SetsEdit

AMBIENT ( cosmic music ): Low, atmospheric sounds, that sounds like choirs underwater or something cosmic.

CARTOON ( craziness ): Various typical cartoon sound effects such as horns, springs, whistles, chipmunks and so on.

ELECTRO ( electronic ): Synthesized sounds that have an electronic feel to them.

ETHNOVA ( music of tribes ) : Traditional ethnic instruments such as taiko drums, sitar, and koto.

HUMAN ( human noises ): Human noises such as grunts, yells, hums, and laughs.

LOVELY ( cute ): A combination of lighter toned instruments such as bells, choirs, and synthesizers.

STANDARD ( classic ): Medium-low toned effects and instruments, has the most of what are considered more standard instruments such as violin, piano, and bass.

Every location has its own music. Some locations contain corrupted music, and if the game selects the corrupted variant, you will hear silence. Bright moon cottage, natural world and violence district all contain corrupted music.

Interesting fact: on some days, the game can select music with only one type and play it. For example: ethnova, if the game repeats this instrument variation on either kyoto, bright moon cottage, or violence district, that area will play its own music, but for a certain period of time its mostly in ethnova instruments.

About tracks: they are named like this:

Location_Sound_trackletter.

For example: BrightMoonCottage_Electro_A.

The letter is a special number that shows the rhythm of the track. All "A" tracks will sound similar, but in different instruments. Let's show you:

If Ethnova "A" plays, you can remember its rhythm.

Then, if Standard "A" plays, you will guess Ethnova A rhythm, but it will contain hard beats within the sound, which indicates the difference between Ethnova and other "A" tracks in this location.

Also, one location can contain a lot of track rhythms: "A", "B", "C", "D" and even "E".

"D" variants are known as usual corrupted tracks, but in Kyoto, Standard "D" sounds so lovely!

If you search YouTube like this: "LSD Dream Emulator Soundtrack", you will find a huge playlist, which contains 462 videos, but every video will be the music from every location from the game. I must remind you, that in game there are only 14 locations.

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