I am working on a game and need a continuous low humming sound for a particular scene. Does anyone know how to do this, or better yet, could someone make a sound resource of the lowest note AGI can synthesize that I could then playback and repeat in my game?|
Try note nr 1 in AGISE. To make it continues, use this:|
I think he just wants to know which is the lowest note you can play in AGI sounds.|
I don't it either, but if somebody can tell me that, I will the sound if you want...
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Ok, anyway... I think your code can be better:|
That's the one :D Forgot how to put the starting code :-\|
Anyway, do you know what octave that note is in?
|Joey||well i have a question that relates to this topic. smg told me this before, but i forgot. how can i get more notes for the sound to play? i think it was like hold tab and click or something. i dont remember.|
Just put more notes in your song ::)|
no. ah never mind. ill figure it out when i need to make the sound.|
btw: Randy, what game are you making? name? plot? type?
by type i mean like horror, love... etc.
A continuous sound...|
PLEASE, DON'T DO IT!
Beepy boopy AGI sounds going on for ages and ages.
Just put a bit of text at the bottom of the screen saying 'you hear a low buzzing sound. Or make it have some more notes so you can dance to it.
Joey: some people like to keep their games a surprise. at least until a demo is released.|
Randy: have you tried looking at the Space Quest games? The hovercraft in the desert racing section might have a nice humming noise. Or the hovercraft in SQ2's intro where the guards are transporting Roger.
A continuous sound...
*LOL* Funniest post of the board ever!
It's for a game I've been working on for awhile. I want to keep it a secret because of what happened to Operation:Recon. I don't want to send false anticipation for a project that would not be finished. I expect to complete the current game I am working on (but then I expected to complete Recon as well), however, the big difference here is that I am doing the coding myself, whereas the coding for Recon was done by someone else -- so I am optimistic.|
I don't plan on releasing any demos -- just the game in its entirety. I might post some information about it when it is near completion and guaranteed to be finished -- maybe to enlist in some beta testers, but I want to keep the surprises for the game. It will be quite large when it finally is complete and will consist of many arcade sequences as well.
Thank you for all your responses to my sound question. The sound I was asking for would be used in an arcade sequence. Thanks Kon Tiki for the "lownote" file. It was exactly what I asked for, however, it didn't turn out the way I had hoped so I don't know if I will even use it. I could try that hover sound in SQ2 (thanks Nick) otherwise the wise thing to do (as pointed out by ehcb in his funny response) is probably to forgo it.