The main reason I found my way here to the Nexus is for help creating very custom mods for Fallout 4 on PS4. It's a game I have mastered over the last couple of years, and I felt I needed to create a mod of my own so that I could structure it in a personal way. And as I have experience in programming, I thought it would be a fun (and not at all a frustrating) thing to do.
One thing I've noticed is there isn't much friendly banter going on! No "Hi!" or "welcome to the community"... It's just... (Imagine a generic robot voice>) "this is the answer to your question...".
But each to their own. I'm very respectful like that.
I hope I can help people while I'm here too. I know a little bit about programming logic (I love logic - so clean and honest!) but the thing I know the most about is sound! And whilst I know this is a mod forum, if anyone has any question about sound in the physical or in the digital or analogue domain, I am the guy to ask! I'm a qualified Music Technologist (BSc(Hons)) and I have a lot of experience in digital sound design, sound editing, sound manipulation and music production. I know cool words like "Harmonic distortion" and "Dynamic range compression" and "Hemidemisemiquaver" and my personal favourite, "Quantization error"! I can say them to you if you'd like. I could even make up cool sentences using them. This is my main thing.
So that's me... Hi!
I wonder if "mod" is an acronym for "module" or "modification" or maybe "modirifiscallation"? Ok. I made the last one up so I don't think it's that one. Probably the second one.