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  1. Sonic Boom sound

    Im in love when a fighter in real life go to sonic speed and make the sonic boom sooo why this isnt in kerbal space program?¿?? its to easy to implement!
  2. ShipEffects Continued is a continuation of @ensou04's ShipEffects mod. So, what does this mod do? Let me quote the original developer: DOWNLOAD Source licensed under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license Version 1.0.8.2 Updated file for 1.3.1 Creating your Own SoundPack: Simply replace the sound files in the sounds folder with your own, using the same file names. Format used for the sound files is .wav .OGG might work. Does not support other formats though. Loops are the best used for this. Make sure your peak db is around -6db, this ensures we dont clip the speakers. These are the default settings. Volume controls for this are of the same name. SHIPEFFECTS_SETTINGS { OnlyInIVA = true masterVolume = 1.0 rattleVolume = 1.0 vibrationVolume = 1.0 rumbleVolume = 1.0 thumpVolume = 1.0 stressVolume = 0.6 atmosphereVolume = 0.6 // Default is 1.0, exagerates or eases the value that controls the sound. a higher number means Sounds will play sooner, lower means later. ResistMultiplier = 1.75 // Default is 8.0, how much g-force to simulate during re-entry ReEntryMultiplier = 8.0 }
  3. How do I make custom sounds?
  4. How do I make custom sounds?
  5. DPSoundFX Simple as the name, it adds the sorely missing sounds of collisions docking in orbit! Motivation Simply put, I wanted to hear something when 2 ships docked. I was so used to it in Orbiter (an open source space simulator) that I sorely missed it. So much so that I jumped into coding (again) to make it happen. My effects are based on my perception that Jeb wouldn't dock so much as "participate in a controlled collision" Installation Be sure to have the latest version of ModuleManger installed! Upzip it into your GameData folder, as with most other mods. API Reference Using a ModuleManager config, like below, you can specify your own sounds for any docking port in the game. @PART[someDockingPort]:NEEDS[FP_DPSoundFX] { MODULE { name = DPSoundFX sound_docking = CustomExample/crash sound_undocking = CustomExample/radio internalSoundsOnly = false } } How-To-Use Just listen, when docking or undocking of course!! Contributors Guru's who answered my questions: Snjo CrzyRndm Authors whose plugins were studied for clues and code: Pizzaoverhead License GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE V3 dated 6/29/2007 Download / Source Download Source Alternate Sounds Docking & Undocking - by Dashman (RAR archive) Docking & Undocking - by akron