That is where things like the object locator comes in handy. In Shades
of Doom if you press control+o, I think it is, it will tell you if the
nearest object is ahead, behind, to your left, to your right,
whatever. If you have problems zeroing in on the sound itself it is a
good idea to fallback on the other features in the game like that to
give you some verbal clues so you shouldn't get too confused that way.
On 6/25/10, Damien Pendleton <dam...@x-sight-interactive.net> wrote:
> The problem I tend to find is that you can turn around and, yes, all the
> sounds will pan. But I can never tell if a certain sound is behind you or in
> front of you, and then of course I walk forward and the sound is fading
> away, and then I realise that I must in fact be going backwards. That's
> where the real confusion comes in.
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