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Unity Mobile Game Development: Sound Effects
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Released Feb 1, 2012
Joshua Kinney

Pluralsight

Joshua Kinney
In this Unity tutorial we will learn how to add the audio to our game objects in Unity. Throughout these lessons, we'll add all of the audio used in this game. We'll start out by adding the weapon firing and reload sound effects to our game weapons. Then we'll add the necessary audio to our character like footsteps, groans of pain, and his death sound effect. After that we'll get into adding audio to the enemies. We'll create their ambient crawling sound, their splatter and death scream. Then we'll wrap it all up by adding our music track to play while we are playing our game.
Introduction and project overview
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Introduction and project overview

 
00:55
Adding audio to the assault rifle
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Adding audio to the assault rifle

 
11:36
Adding audio to the shotgun
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Adding audio to the shotgun

 
04:26
Adding footstep sounds to the character
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Adding footstep sounds to the character

 
11:14
Implementing audio to our damaged player
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Implementing audio to our damaged player

 
05:53
Creating the tick sound effects
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Creating the tick sound effects

 
12:40
Adding the music player
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Adding the music player

 
06:43