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==General Sound Configuration==
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== General Sound Configuration ==
* [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundShader]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundSet]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundShader|SoundShader]]
* [[Arma 3 Sound: Sound Curves]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundSet|SoundSet]]
* [[Arma 3 Sound: Filters]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: Sound Curves|Sound Curves]]
* [[Arma 3 Sound: Processing Types]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundShapes|SoundShapes]]
* [[Arma 3 Sound: Global Sound Parameters]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: Filters|Filters]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: Processing Types|Processing Types]]
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* [[Arma 3 Sound: Global Sound Parameters|Global Sound Parameters]]
 
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{{arma3}}'s sound system became much more complex with the release of the {{ExternalLink|link= https://dev.arma3.com/post/sitrep-00144|text= Eden Update}}. Sound is not anymore a single sample (array respectively) with parameters, but a structure assembled from several layers with embedded audio features.
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Process of sound configuration unification is still in progress (not all gameplay features use this system), information about new implementations will be continuously updated.
  
ArmA 3's sound system became much more complex with the release of the [https://dev.arma3.com/post/sitrep-00144 Eden Update]. Sound is not anymore a single sample (array respectively) with parameters, but a structure assembled from several layers with embedded audio features.
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'''This wiki page serves as a hub - linking you to the different elements of the system.'''
  
Process of sound configuration unification is still in progress (not all gameplay features uses this system), information about new implementations will be continuously updated.
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{{Feature | Informative | You may at some point find volume defined with '''db''' (e.g {{ic|db-40}}). The formula for db-based volume is: {{ic|10^(''number''*(1/20))}}.<br>
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The db value is expressed in dBFS ({{Wikipedia|DBFS|Decibels relative to full scale}}). See also {{HashLink|Arma 3 Sound: cfgSoundShaders#volume}}.
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'''This wiki page serves as a hub - linking you to the different elements of the system.'''
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=== See Also ===
  
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* An [[Arma 3 Sound: ExampleWeaponConfig|example configuration]] for a weapon
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* An [[Arma 3 Sound: SoundControllers|overview on SoundControllers]] which can be used to build [[Simple Expression]]d for volume/frequency calculation.
  
*An [[Arma_3_Sound:_ExampleWeaponConfig|example configuration]] for a weapon
 
  
*An [[Arma_3_Sound:_SoundControllers|overview on SoundControllers]] which can be used to build [[Simple_Expression|simple expressions]] for volume/frequency calculation.
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{{GameCategory|arma3|Sound}}

Latest revision as of 13:51, 26 July 2021

A3 SoundMainScheme.jpg

General Sound Configuration

Arma 3's sound system became much more complex with the release of the Eden Update. Sound is not anymore a single sample (array respectively) with parameters, but a structure assembled from several layers with embedded audio features.

Process of sound configuration unification is still in progress (not all gameplay features use this system), information about new implementations will be continuously updated.

This wiki page serves as a hub - linking you to the different elements of the system.

You may at some point find volume defined with db (e.g db-40). The formula for db-based volume is: 10^(number*(1/20)).
The db value is expressed in dBFS (Decibels relative to full scale). See also Arma 3 Sound: cfgSoundShaders - volume.

See Also