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    Stah

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    Re: Buggy sound in scene

    Post by Stah on Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:35 pm

    frinik wrote: Personally I like hearing the hit sounds against metal even though I know it's not realistic to hear them from distance beyond 6 to 700 metres.

    Well, that's why I was repeating in all my posts - no hurry to create an official mod here, couse it's clearly a matter of personal feeling. Due to shortcomings of the sound managing in SF, the soundscene will always be certain compromise. Believe me or not, for me this new soundscene works much better than the original settings Cool , for both of you it doesn't - not much more to discuss here... But the subject itself is interesting - the possibility of tweaking with sound effects volume proportions / distances.

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    Re: Buggy sound in scene

    Post by Stah on Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:39 pm

    Pointer wrote: The genertal rule is, that unpacked data structures (files) have higher priority then packed.

    Ok, thanks for info - it simplifies the task of creating mods inluding originally packed data. So my internal soundscene mod can be easily created, but as I see, no positive feedback here - let's just leave it, I think...
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    Re: Buggy sound in scene

    Post by frinik on Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:38 am

    Of course Stah, my remarks were not a rebuke just a personal observation.We like to keep an open mind on everything on this forum.... Please keep experimenting for all our sake!

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    Re: Buggy sound in scene

    Post by Stah on Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:14 pm

    frinik wrote:Of course Stah, my remarks were not a rebuke just a personal observation.

    Of course, clear to me Smile I didn't feel rebuked at all Very Happy Btw - main aim of my initial post was to report the exact meaninig of all sound layers for everyone to tweak them. Nothing more.

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