Well, I don't think MOTA 3D should have a problem with your sound
card. What I basically did in order to make it compatible with non-5.1
surround sound systems is emulate my own 3d positioning using the
panning and volume settings in DirectSound. I.E. I used 3d
calculations so the sound would pann and roll off like a 3d control,
but using just standard stereo mixing and gain. That way it would
sound fairly realistic, but not require state-of-the-art 5.1 or 7.1
sound cards and speakers.
On 8/23/11, Valiant8086 <valiant8...@lavabit.com> wrote:
> That is true, and I do so. But, as I just mentioned, it doesn't apply to the
> menus. In Mota, fortunately, the music is just quiet enough that it doesn't
> matter, I can figure out what Heather is saying over the music there
> Also I think you can change the volume of the music in Mota with a couple of
> hotkeys, I'm not sure just now what they are, though. So far Mota has been
> very good about not cluttering up the audio experience I would have. Also,
> it doesn't have that problem I emailed about earlier with my stereo field
> being too narrow, or what ever one should call my strange situation. I'm
> sincerely hoping Mota3d doesn't have that problem either.
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