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What sort of music do you guys listen to while playing KSP?

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I generally listen to a variety, protomen, iron maiden, etc.

but this one is one of my favorites.

 

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When I do actually listen to music while playing KSP it's usually something like this, with appropriate "enhancement".

 

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Once I get out of kerbins atmosphere, I often listen to lento, wizardtorium, frost waltz, and frozen star. I think I may be forgetting two or three though. 

Just wanna end this with these: :wink::confused::rolleyes::P

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ACDC, Aerosmith, Triumph, Meatloaf, Beethoven, Strauss, Gustav Holst. 

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I listen to soma fm radio mostly, their deep space one station.
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Pink Floyd, or whatever the mp3 player skips to at the moment.

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I don't listen to music while playing KSP. Weird? Perhaps. Back when I was still able to stream it was "weird" to me to have CC/RF and whatnot music on in the background. This city is too loud and I don't get enough quiet in my life, so a couple hours in the dead quiet of space is pretty good. Therapeutic you might say. Not as mind-clearing as flying down twisty country roads in WV at the limits of whatever car I'm driving with the windows down on a cool early-autumn day, but still good.

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Nine Inch Nails

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Baker street and Don't stop me now. And some Dean Martin if I'm bored.

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Parts clicking, engines firing, and Kerbals screaming is music enough to me.

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I also don't normally listen to any music while playing, but lately I've been making planets more than actually playing the game and I give each planet a "theme song".  By associating each planet with a different song, I find it helps me give them all a different mood and feel.

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I have an extensive music collection on my Spotify, and I have several playlists for occaisions. Generally, when flying or driving around in KSP, I play either my Kick playlist (which is a collection of loud rock music, primarily) or my Moonshinin' playlist (which is several fast-paced, high-energy songs that predominantly feature banjos).

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When I am landing a rocket (or trying) I listen to Enter Sandman

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Whatever the Twitch stream I have open is playing :-P

When I do decide to pick my own music, it can be just about anything from my collection, which is diverse. Anything from Basshunter to Dizzee Rascal to Vivaldi to Bon Jovi to Led Zeppelin to E Nomine to Final Fantasy OSTs to UB40. I do though tend to pick a specific album for a playing session, rather than just going for shuffle everything.

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When I reenter a spacecraft,  I play a loop of the Scorponok Theme from Transformers 2... that song was the only good result of that movie. When launching, I just blast Danger Zone.:cool:

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Just the stock tunes.                                     (Oh, and this, too.)

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No, seriously.

 

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Hmmm, for some reason I keep on listening to "Sounds For The Supermarket" Specifically #2. IDK it might be these "hidden inaudible subliminal messages" but the the descriptions always say it's to make shoppers shop more...

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Assembling a space station:

 

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