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  1. ROCKET SOUND ENHANCEMENT An Audio Framework Plugin and Sound Overhaul/Replacement for Kerbal Space Program. DOWNLOADS Rocket Sound Enhancement Plugin (Required) : GitHub Rocket Sound Enhancement Default (Config Pack) : GitHub Dependencies : ModuleManager Source and Issue Tracking (GitHub) : Plugin | Rocket Sound Enhancement Default License Rocket Sound Enhancement Plugin is licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 Rocket Sound Enhancement Default is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Plugin Features Rocket Sound Enhancement (RSE) is an Audio Plugin Framework Mod for Kerbal Space Program that offers modders advanced sound effects features not available in the base game. It features a robust Layering System for use of multiple sounds just like in other games (eg: FMod). Master Audio Limiter/Compressor Sound Mastering that controls the overall loudness of the game with Adjustable Amount for different dynamics with the "Auto-Limiter" feature or you can tweak your own settings. Audio Muffler - Normal Mixer based Audio Muffler with Dedicated channels for Exterior Sounds, Focused Vessel and Interior while ignoring UI sounds like Music. Audio Muffler - AirSim & AirSim Lite An Audio Muffler that works on top of the regular muffler that takes into account the Mach Angle, Velocity and Distance of a Vessel with Sonic Booms Effects (provided by a Config Pack via ShipEffects). Parts with RSE Modules will simulate realistic sound attenuation over distance, comb-filtering, and distortion. Game Events like distant explosions will now sound muffled just like in real life. AirSim Lite is a version of AirSim that does similar effects without using sound filters. More Features and Details on Github: https://github.com/ensou04/RocketSoundEnhancement/blob/master/README.md Rocket Sound Enhancement Default This is the Default Configuration and Sound Pack for Rocket Sound Enhancement. Features Engine Sound Replacements Jet Engine Sound Replacements RCS Sound Replacements RotorEngines Sound Effects Propeller Sound Effects Wheel Tire and Motor Sound Effects Decoupler Sound Replacements Collision Sound Effects Atmospheric Sound Effects (Featuring Sonic Booms if AirSim is enabled) Physics Based Hull Sound Effects (rattling, creaking in IVA) Supported Mods ReStock / ReStockPlus Kerbal Atomics Cryogenic Engines Near Future Launch Vehicles Waterfall ReStock Stock Waterfall Effects RealPlume Resources Rocket Sound Enhancement Default Modding Guide Preset Configurator Known Issues Sound glitches and stuttering might occur in large part ships and more so when AirSim is enabled or when loading in-between scenes. Stock sounds might be un-muffled for a single frame or two. Replacing AUDIO with RSE_AUDIO in Part's EFFECTS node via its config fixes this issue. Media Sharing videos of your launches with this mod is mandatory. jk please share Settings Overview by @Vandest
  2. 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 un-docking of course!! (Now also when decoupling!) 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 - GitHub Download - SpaceDock (CKAN enabled) Source Alternate Sounds Docking & Undocking - by Dashman (RAR archive) [Link Reported Broken: 8/22/21] Docking & Undocking - by akron
  3. This issue has been plaguing ksp since 1.12 hit. When at first everyone were going mad about it, devs patched it some time after in the latest vesion we have, and lowered the probability of it happening by at least 50%. Yet it's still there. And I am lost on pinpointing it, which leads me to believe 1.12 has something in it that causes this thing, whether its a script incompatability with mods, or whatever this is. This is not mod specific, after tons of uninstalling and tries. (I dont remember about my stock game time due to memory loss, so cant state on that.) For some reason, the main trigger are time warps, and at times the trigger to the complete sound effect silence of the vessel (RCS / Engine sounds / Mining drill sounds), tends to be simply pressing M often and coming in and out of the map, during flights. It forces you, in about every hour and a half or so, restart the game to regain engine sounds, of course after some intensive flight with intensive time warps (just the usual moon job) but TIME WARP is the deal breaker seemingly. And surprisingly, a completely normal time warp without any extra modification. It looks like it's a rather common issue as well, with itself striking occassionally but unoccassionally. (My experience, it hits in about 1.4 hours, after you do some flying, map in and out and so on.) It seems and sounds like the vessel is actually FARTHER away from the camera than it actually is, therefore getting the sound effects sound distant, until over time they completely vanish requiring a game restart, which more and more narrows it down to being some kind of a time warp related thing, and I am not the only one to narrow it down to this. Anyone has any leads? Or maybe found a secret solution and just hasn't shared with the world yet? If this is what squad has left us in the last version, it really sucks. No one wants to restart the game after doing some ingame fiddling and losing all ship sound effects turning all vessels ingame silent until a restart is done. https://www.dropbox.com/s/cuj6etcxnhtmqz3/logs%2Cand all the rest.rar?dl=0 All the logs that may be needed. Modlist: This is like the cure for cancer of KSP 1.12. Who ever manages to find a lead to it, will infact save this game. I tried my best digging into it myself, but just as the rest that I've seen, left with no answers, eventually dropping off interesting. Am not professional at these kind of things, unlike many amazing individuals on this community that have certainly impressed with their skill and abilities, yet I do believe there is something we're missing. There must be.
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