How to Use Custom Tracks in Beat Saber


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Beat Saber is one of those rare games you can just pick up and enjoy. Whether you're a total newbie or a seasoned veteran, the game offers endless hours of fun, and provides a workout to boot!
While the premise of the game is simple, there are nearly endless possibilities for enjoyment with multiple difficulty levels, settings, and songs to enjoy while playing. That is a large reason why Beat Saber has enjoyed such popularity among video game enthusiasts today.

Adding to the already skyrocketing popularity of the game is the ability to create custom beat saber tracks that you can play and enjoy. The process is as unique as the game itself but the results are well worth the effort. The ability to make and share something one of a kind is unique within the video game world.
In this review, we will look at why custom tracks are so popular and what players stand to gain from making these tracks themselves. So let's get started and dive into the wonderful world of Beat Saber customized tacks!

Making Custom Beat Saber Tracks
The general idea behind these custom-made song tracks is having the ability to play the songs you love and enjoy in a game that you also enjoy. Rather than being limited to whatever songs come with Beat Saber, you can make any song into a track that can be shared and enjoyed over and over while you play.
You can make custom tracks with a special program that runs Beat Saber and that can format the songs to the files read by the game. From there, you can create a custom map to control how the song looks and plays in the game.

Why Custom Tracks are Popular
Custom tracks are gaining popularity for a number of reasons. One of these is the overwhelming online presence and naturally competitive nature of the game. There are countless streamers online who show off their skills at Beat Saber to thousands or millions of followers.

The ability to show your skills with a custom-made soundtrack, along with its own challenges and moves, is just another thing that people can brag about to their followers. It is something special that no one else has and can really set one player apart from all the others sharing their feeds online.

Is it Difficult to Make Custom Tracks?
The level of difficulty involved with making custom Beat Saber tracks largely comes down to your own skills and comfort level. There is a certain degree of tech knowledge needed but a good bit of the process is up to you in regard to how simple or complex you make the map and the game tags.
A more complicated and involved map with more hits and moves and features will be much more complicated than a map with a simple beat and basic moves. With Beat Saber maps, you can make things however you want them based on your skills and needs.

What Can I Do with the Tracks?
Once you have your custom tack and the mapping is done, you can upload it into your game and it will be available to play like any other Beat Saber game you have on your system. It will appear in your playlists and be accessible while you are in the game.
You can play through your track, record your play time, stream it online, and do anything else you could normally do with a song track in the game. It is a fun way to show off to friends and create a special and unique playing experience for yourself and others who watch you play.

Final Thoughts on Custom Beat Saber Tracks
There is a world of possibilities waiting to be discovered when you play Beat Saber. Adding in the option to make custom tracks and build your own maps means there are even more ways to play and enjoy the game. While the process might be involved, the end results are well worthwhile- you get a song and playing experience that no one else has!

That is something that can make an amazing game like Beat Saber all the more enjoyable and fun. So browse the game and give it a try to see what amazing things you can create to share with the world!

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