OT from Mesh; Sound Configs; Tuning?
I posted this in another section here, but its kind of dead, so I thought I would post here as alot of us only come into the modelling and gauge rooms.
I have a problem. I am trying to redo a sound config and keep having sections go 'quiet' on me.
For instance, I am doing a sound file that has an electric motor sound from zero to 50% throttle, and then from 51% on, its combustion sounds.
My problem is that when I butt the two up together, one side goes quiet. In FSSS, you can see a 'X' sort of shape where sounds 'mesh' or blend. With the electric motors, going through level one, to level two, it sounded like a twin engine, so I butted them together and the X was very thin, but still there. I then lose the sound of the motor.
I have tried widening the X and tried many approaches but none are working.
I originally tried zero'ing out the 2 center sound sections (2 and 3 of 4) and that also didnt work, with either combustion or electric being a primary sound, causing the entire sound pack 'engine' sounds to fail.
I had wondered perhaps I have sound waves in the negatives, but found none with negative coordinates. I know with gauges, if you hang a gauge 1 or 2 pixels over the sheets edge, it fails the Instrumentation 'somtimes' (that particular gauge). I wonder what is causing this? Is there a rule of thumb to keep this from happening? Does anyone know 'exactly' what is causing this?
I must have created 10 different sound files yesterday, trying to save each one, redoing them over and over...
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