Soundpacks

Adding a custom soundpack

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On Windows

  • Download a soundpack
  • Right-click the zipped file > Extract
  • Go to the bottom right > Locate the system tray and click it
  • Right-click the Mechvibes Icon > 'Custom Folder'
  • Copy or drag the unzipped folder in to your 'custom' folder
  • Restart Mechvibes.

On Mac

  • Download a soundpack
  • Double click the zipped file to extract it
  • Go to the top right > Right-click the Mechvibes Icon > 'Show package content'
  • Make a new folder called 'custom'
  • Copy or drag the unzipped folder in to your 'custom' folder
  • Restart Mechvibes.
Making a custom soundpack

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Find some audioclips you want to use.

  • Find some audioclips you want to use.
  • It's recommended to use 2-4 to make it sound realistic.
  • (Optional) Cut them to length with a (online) sound editor.

Locate your 'Custom Folder'

  • Go to the bottom right > Locate the Mechvibes Icon  and click it
  • Right-click the > 'Custom Folder'
  • Create a new folder and call it whatever you want. (This is not the name your soundpack will show up as.)
  • Right-click > 'New' > 'Folder'  ›  Drag / copy-paste your soundfiles in here.
  • Go to where your files are, select them by dragging or clicking on them while holding 'ctrl'.
  •  Go back to your custom folder > right-click > 'Paste'

Working with the Editor

  • Right-click > 'Editor'
  • 'Pack name' is what will show up in Mechvibes.
  • 'Sound file' is the full name of your sound file. (mysound.wav)
  • Single file: Define the start time and length will be played.
  • Multiple files: Specify what sound file will be played per key.

Saving your file.

  • Click on 'Export' > Locate your custom sound pack folder.
  • Save. Make sure to not rename this file
  • Restart Mechvibes through the system tray.

Your soundpack should now show up in the dropdown menu!

  • If it doesn't and you do not see any soundpacks, chances are you didn't add the soundpack correctly. Please refer to the FAQ  page and the "Adding a custom soundpack" for help.
Where to find custom soundpacks

We have moved the soundpacks from the website to our Discord, in hopes more people will share the soundpacks they created. You can join by clicking the icon in the top-right.

If you want to edit the default soundpack, you can download them below.