EDIT December 3rd, Yeah nevermind, don't follow my instructions;l Something in this I can not figure out makes my UO crash as soon as I leave a city Armed with goodies behind links Petra posted below,(post#4), I began turning UO's music folder in condition where it is acually possible to keep music on while playing the game. Not sure if anyone would care to hear my final outcome if/when there is a final outcome;p These things being very subjective matter-of-taste and all that. Here is a small hands on guide to steps I took in case somebody else wants to do the same: (Note, did this in Classic Client Only) Classic Client of Ultima Online comes with two music folders by default: Ultima Online Classic/Music and it's sub folder, Ultima Online Classic/Music/Digital You want to operate and do everything in DIGITAL folder, it overrides everything on main folder and seems to come with few more hooks for UO to use. So be sure you are in Ultima Online Classic/Music/Digital Once there, you see pile of mp3s and a file named Config.txt. Config.txt tells your UO client which mp3 music file should be played and when. When you begin adding old, classic UO tunes to your game, there is no need to erase or rename anything; All you need to do is tell Config.txt the name of the Mp3 you want to hear. As long as this file is present in Music/Digital directory, you are golden. Example: You wish to hear Badromance.mp3 every time you enter Britain. First, Copy/paste file Badromance.mp3 to Ultima Online Classic/Music/Digital folder. Then open config.txt located in the same folder. In Config.txt, search for "9 britainpos,loop" replace this text with with "9 Badromance.mp3" ",loop" in end tells UO to play the song over..and over..and over again as long as you remain in Britain. If you remove/don't add ",loop" after the filename UO then plays the song once, upon entering the city and remains silent til you enter it again. Which music one wants to hear and when is ofc matter of taste. Having said that, there are few things about UO music I should think are universally hated by almost everybody. With that in mind, I'd like to underline the major headaches in config.txt. Terrible music you hear in Britain: Numbers 9 and 10 in config txt Terrible music on login screen: number 78 (Replace by Stones or suffer karma penalty) Terrible combat music: numbers 38 and 59 All I've done so far is switching these 5 songs to classic Ultima equivalents. This alone made having Music on while playing much more pleasant. Tho I bet replacing any combat music with silence might be only smart thing to do. I think it aslso is a very good idea to remove every single ",loop" you see. Note, You might for some reason wish to keep a pristine back up copy of the original, terrible config.txt which tells your UO to play terrible music in loop.If so, be sure to Copy/paste it underneath carpent or some such before youbegin porking around. Remember to save the changes you make! ps pls note I don't usually do porking about even on as elementary level as this. Above worked great for me but I don't assume it is the most optimal way around. It is propably possible toget rid of Digital folder and stuick with only one music folder- I just didn't feel non-lazy adventurous enough to try this;p - - -- - OLD OP Ultima saga and older iterations of UO have some awesome music. Modern day UO on the other hand has chosen to focus in absolutely terrible music. With this undeniability in mind, I would love to get my hands on a zip file of old Ultima(Online) tunes. It'd be awesome to replace Music folder of UO with Ultima music that is actually listenable. It seems there have been various attempts at this over the years, just that none of them seems to be alive currently. http://stratics.com/community/threa...ssic-client-music-addon-for-pincos-ui.261001/ Things behind the link above look pretty awesome. Sadly, link is offline and apparently only available for Enhanced(sic) Client anyway. I claims you owe it to yourself to head to youtube and listen to Stones right now! It is such a beautiful, atmospheric song. Why it isn't present in modern day UO(besides jukebox) I never, ever understand. I wonder if some odd legal hazzle happened over the old Ultima soundtrack. Why else they'd replace things like Stones with bleakness now present I wouldn't know.