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.