These in-game audio tools in the Music Studio will allow players to create "death themes" -- very short sound clips that play when you take out another player -- or even create loops and tracks from scratch using software instruments. While the tools look fairly comprehensive, there are simple preset themes for those not familiar with audio tools. Even better, player-created themes and songs are fully tradeable. Players will be able to place their tracks on market for other Criminals or Enforcers to purchase. Stick with us after the jump for a video embed of the All Points Bulletin podcast episode 16: The Music Editor.
No doubt, the built-in mixing tools of the Music Studio will keep a number of APB players entertained, like a creative mini-game. It's very interesting to see that the in-game tools allow this degree of flexibility and creativity, and there's more info about these aspects of All Points Bulletin on the way in the coming weeks.