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Turning Audio Effect on and off

  • The thing is you have to add scrip - behaviour and then choose lens activated and then scroll down and choose face event and then choose smile or open mouth whatever you want and in the last option choose play sound instead of set enable.

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  • Thanks! However, the problem is that I don't want to play a sound--I want to toggle an Audio Effect that modifies the user's voice. It doesn't look like I can do that with the "Play Sound" command.

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  • Hi Alexander,

    You can do this in script by disabling the component. Here is a script that will work for you:

    // @input Component.AudioEffectComponent audioEffect

        script.audioEffect.enabled = false;

    Let me know if you need any more help!

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  • Take sound normally then in behavior script choose response type as set enabled then set action as toggle and target as audio.

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