Friday Night Funkin has some great mods and songs to battle your opponents with. But in this post, we will walk you through how to add custom Friday Night Funkin Songs.
We’ll tell you how you can add songs from other FNF mods to your game.
We will also try to dig into whether or not you can make your own Friday Night Funkin songs. And in the end, we will also list some of the best songs from FNF.
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How To Add Custom Songs To Friday Night Funkin
Before we begin let me tell you that you need to install FNF Modding Plus on your machine in order to add custom songs to FNF. You will find the download links for different platforms and FNF Gitbub details here.
Once you have installed FNF Modding Plus, launch the game. For this post, we have used Windows as our platform to show you how we added custom songs to FNF Modding Plus.
When the game is launched, scroll through the menu and select the Options link.
On the Options page, there will be a Load button with the logo of the FNF Boyfriend. Now, you have to tap on the left arrow key to get other load options.
On this screen, you will find a bunch of different loading options. Scroll through the list till you find the New Song option, and click on it.
Here you will find the different options to add custom Friday Night Funkin Songs. Firstly, click on the Instruments button to upload the instrument file.
We already had a bunch of different mods and for this demo, we chose to add the instruments of the shaggy mod.
The instrument file will be in .ogg format and will be present inside <Mod-name>/ assets/songs folder.
Select the instrument file and click open to upload it.
Once the instrumental track is in place, it’s time to select the vocal track. To upload the vocal file, click on the Vocal button.
Make sure you add the same vocal track for which you had previously uploaded the instrument.
The Vocal track will also be in .ogg format. Select the vocal track and click Open to upload it.
Now that both the instrument and vocal track is in place, type in and save the name of the song.
Now you have to import the easy, normal, and hard JSON files. These files dictate how the difficulty of the rhythm is set.
To upload them, go to the <Mod-name>/ assets/data/<song-folder>.
Here the song folder is the same song that you imported as your instrument and vocal track.
Click on the Easy JSON button and upload the corresponding easy JSON file, and similarly for normal and hard.
Make sure you import the right JSON, else if you accidentally import the hard JSON by clicking on the Easy button, your Easy mode gameplay will be a nightmare.
Once all the files have been imported, click on Finish to save your changes.
Now to check your changes, navigate to the main screen and click Freeplay.
Here you will be able to see the list of the songs that are already part of the FNF and the custom songs that you added in the previous steps.
Select the song, and then press Play to start the battle.
That’s it, now you are good to go.
How To Make Your Own Friday Night Funkin Songs
So here’s the thing, there is no straightforward way of making your own Friday Night Funkin’ songs.
The reason is simple, you need separate voice and instrument tracks for each song that you want to import into FNF.
For this only you need a decent enough audio editor that will help your sieve out the instrumental and vocal tracks. Such an endeavor has a decent learning curve and can’t be achieved in a few clicks.
That’s not all, you will also require separate JSON files that will set benchmarks for easy, normal, and hard levels for the track.
And lastly, you have to create a custom song chart and how key actions need to be tied to each rhythmic note.
But if you are still interested in knowing the step-by-step process of how to import your favorite songs into FNF, please go through this YouTube tutorial that will guide you on how to create sprite sheets, edit sound clips, and create custom song charts.
Top 10 Friday Night Funkin’ Songs
Now that you know how to add custom songs to Friday Night Funkin, let us walk you through some of the best Friday Night Funkin Songs.
This is the first song that you will battle with when you start playing FNF. It is short, catchy and a great song to get started. It has a funky tune and a cute vibe that makes it perfect for moving ahead with more complex beats.
It is the first major rap battle where the boyfriend goes head-on with his girlfriend’s dad. The energetic mix goes back and forth between the duo and is filled with groovy notes.
This is another song where you encounter the girlfriend’s dad yet again. A beatbox-laden intro with a conversational piece is what best describes Fresh. Even though it lacks intensity, it has a relaxing rhythm.
In this song, a bunch of happy monsters tries to battle it out. Even though the rhythm isn’t melancholic, it has polyrhythmic sections that can catch you off-guard. A challenge nonetheless.
6. Satin Panties
Mommy Mearest battles it out with the boyfriend in this song. Both have a high-pitched voice, overlaid with background drums. But as time progresses both voices harmonize perfectly resulting in a soothing song.
The soundtrack has a resemblance to that of a romance anime. In this rap battle, a noble gentleman tries to win the affection of the noble lady by battling her boyfriend.
Glitchy techno beats and a high-octane rhythm make this rap battle between Pico and the boyfriend one of the best FNF soundtracks. An eye-candy track that will surely test your limits.
In this soundtrack, a scary spirit threatens the life of the boyfriend and girlfriend. It’s one of the fastest soundtracks of FNF and has the rhythm of a video game mixed with beatboxing.
M.I.L.F is considered to be one of the longest and most complex songs that FNF has to offer. With an escalating beat and exciting chorus, it is FNF at its finest.
1 . Stress
This is the fastest FNF song and worthy of being the final battle of the game. With intense demanding rhythms, Stress will make you sweat and ponder how far you have come in your FNF journey.