pango wrote: ↑
Sat Feb 16, 2019 5:01 pm
Midknightprince wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:04 pm
Wow, I like the thunder.
Good stuff dude, it's more immersive, and the Raindrop sound clear and clean, no fuzziness..
Dude those thunderclaps, they are on point.
The experiments you did by replacing musics with atmospheric sounds
are really inspirational; Wind sounds from previous video were spot on too, I hope it could become a mod of something. It shows that a lot could be done with alternate sound designs...
Hehe thanks, there is a few things to know but the main thing is only a few songs seem to be exclusive (as in they only play at certain times), the rain, and snow song, one tavern song, stuff like that ( this stuff actually works out pretty good and it's pretty common).
The rest can kind of intermingle but it works again because we're talking outdoors for outdoors , and visa versa , and not dungeons. So you will have one inn tune in a house, you will have a sunny day song during winter etc..
You just have to make it sound convincing, and this stuff is in stereo, so like we're talkin stereo fireplace, and howling wind With Wolves and owls and stuff here.
To be honest I don't care when it plays it sounds pretty dang awesome, and the EQ thing......
I'm actually thinking about going through all the dungeon songs.
Just take out the ones that I don't like and put cave Tunes in, or like dungeon sounding stuff, but there is a ton of them.
It's not hard though, your just renaming stuff and picking something that fits, and it's going to hook it up because the music is way too loud to begin with.
If you got to turn it down to 1/4 it's just too loud, and that's always been Daggerfall for me.
So like we're talkin falling dust and wind blowing through Caverns while you hear bats getting close, and the skeletons, and you can actually hear them and tell where they're at..
I did this for one song so far, and It's a freaky thing when it actually plays..
But I'm kind of hesitant because with the music in the dungeons breaks things up and I do like it.
So the next step is to go through all the songs and pick which ones I like find the right background ambience and change the one's I don't.
I'm thinking most dungeon songs are going to stay though.
Maybe do 1/4, play it for a week see what happens.
I'll tell you what though, I like the outdoors stuff, and I mean I really like it.
I don't know what teenagers use to describe cool stuff nowadays but wow, that is it.
So I don't know I guess that's my way of saying thank you