Learn how to add background ambient sound in Unity. Adjust the volume of the sound based on distance.
- [Narrator] Hi there. … Audio is a very important part of most visualizations. … It gives you another dimension to your presentation. … So we're going to add some sound to a Unity project. … So in this case, we're going to add a water effect here. … So I've got this water feature in front of the house … and so audio will help to communicate that. … So the first thing we want to do is find some audio. … So I already have this in our scene., … we should have a file called water. … And if I press play, … (water flowing) … basically sounds like water or almost like white noise. … But what we want to do is bring that audio into the scene. … Well we can do this just by creating an empty game object. … So I'm going to right click and hit create empty … and then I'm going to rename that object, … let's call it audio object, … but this doesn't have audio attached to it at the moment, … it's just a blank object. … So let's go ahead and add a component … audio source. … And this is where we bring in that audio into the scene. …
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