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How do I change the music ID
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So, I overwrote lethal lava land with a custom track. It didnt work, so I deleted it. Then I realized that when I deleted it, the music ID's got REALLY messed up and music/sfx played in wrong places.

Then I grabbed the lethal lava land track from a vanilla rom and put it back in my hack, but I can't put the correct ID on it.

Can I change the ID/is it even possible?
Never mind I fixed it in the worst way possible:

I extracted every track from a vanilla rom and imported every single one individually on it's correct ID.

Probably one of the most painful things I have ever done.
I think I know what you're talking about. The IDs you are talking about would be labled as a NLST in the ROM Manager. Each NLST would be a different instrument pack used for specific tracks
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