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25 September 2009 - 04:15 PMSince this project is already not open sourced or GPL, just use the FMOD audio library. It's free to use for non-profit projects. That library will provide all of the audio handling the game needs and has built in low pass filters (Occlusion, Obstruction) that can be used for underwater effects.
As for space stuff, use high pass filters (also in FMOD) so that the sound can still be heard but sounds very thin and distant.
24 September 2009 - 03:58 PMI found some Sonic R sound effects, and weeded out the ones I thought sounded usable. Let me know what you think?Thanks for posting, however they sound incredibly dirty!
maybe more, having trouble remembering.
Are they directly ripped or have been compressed?
The waves were saved as 16 Bit 22KHz but they're only 8 bits in quality. That probably accounts for the "dirt." All of them except the water splash are just recorded Genesis FM sounds.
23 September 2009 - 08:53 PMJust add a 2 pole low pass filter to the sound engine. When Sonic is under water, enable the filter for all sound output. You could add a 4 pole bandpass for neat effects while in space. Doing so eliminates the need for separate sound tracks.
23 September 2009 - 05:57 PMI have trouble with the music too. So far it's just been a matter of posting something and getting a thumbs up or down. The management for this project needs to decide what they want and spell it out in a place that I don't have to dig forty pages to find.
I've spelled it out three times already. The last time I did I even gave bullet points for those still not understanding.
If you didn't see it in the music thread, look harder.
Gee, you'd think something that important would be posted as a separate topic, even if it cannot be replied to. I said I wouldn't dig for it, so I just won't bother any more.
22 September 2009 - 09:33 PM-edit-
I really don't recommend real time synthesis. The graphics engine will probably already be a CPU whore.
Also, for a bit of comic relief: The Alien Ship sample I suggested for the Death Egg at the beginning of the topic was made with the reverb tail for a fart sample from Dungeon Keeper 1.
Making that sample required:
-Applying compression to the tail so that it sustains.
-An LFO set to slight panning
-Trim and loop
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