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« on: March 28, 2010, 07:50:46 AM »

The Following lists are sound files that can be used by mappers

SGMOD SPECIFIC SOUNDS
(these override stock sounds if they have the same filename)
45shot1.wav
abort1.wav
abort2.wav
ah6stupa.wav
ah6stupb.wav
aircond.wav
ak_glc1.wav
ak74f1.wav
ak74h1.wav
akc1.wav
akf1.wav
AsgardTran.WAV
barretc41.wav
barretc42.wav
barretf1.wav
battle1.wav
battle2.wav
battle3.wav
beep.wav
bltBy_1.wav
bltBy_2.wav
bltBy_3.wav
bltBy_4.wav
bltBy_5.wav
bltBy_6.wav
bltBy_7.wav
bltBy_8.wav
bullR.wav
bulshel1.wav
bulshel2.wav
bulshel3.wav
bulshel4.wav
bulshel5.wav
bulshel6.wav
bulshel7.wav
bulshel8.wav
CGfirehead.wav
CGfiretail.wav
charges.wav
chev1.wav
chev2.wav
chev3.wav
chev4.wav
chev5.wav
chev6.wav
chev7.wav
chevron7.wav
claxton1.wav
claxton2.wav
COAL.wav
consol.wav
construct.wav
contact1.wav
convoy1.wav
coverfire.wav
DebriefLong.wav
dhd.wav
dialfail.wav
dontciv.wav
dontciv2.wav
dontciv3.wav
dragunC2.wav
dragunf1.wav
dragunf2.wav
dronerun.wav
dronestp.wav
eeriewind1.wav
eeriewind2.wav
eeriewind3.wav
eeriewind4.wav
eleping.wav
extract1.wav
eyesopen.wav
fastfan.wav
fruit1.wav
fruit2.wav
fruit3.wav
fruit4.wav
fruit5.wav
g36c1.wav
g36f1.wav
g36ring.wav
GANT.wav
GENDOWN.WAV
gs_357c1.wav
gs_357f1.wav
gs_xbc.wav
gs45tl3.wav
haveago.wav
hbeat.wav
hbeat2.wav
keypad.wav
l115h2a.wav
l115tl1a.wav
l115tl2.wav
lnFlare.wav
loktone.wav
lpah6jc.wav
lpah6jf.wav
lpah6ji.wav
LPCGfire.wav
lpmi26c.wav
lpmi26f.wav
lpnbodc.wav
lpnbodf.wav
lppumadc.wav
lppumadd.wav
lppumaic.wav
LpRNz1.wav
Lquake.wav
m21swfr.wav
m8c1.wav
m8f1.wav
macc1.wav
macf1.wav
mediced.wav
misacc1.wav
misacc2.wav
MK23c.wav
MK23F.wav
mk23sd.wav
mp5h2.wav
mp5Kc.wav
mp5Kf.wav
mp5s1a.wav
mp5s2a.wav
mp5s3a.wav
mp5s4a.wav
mp5s5a.wav
mp5s6a.wav
mp5t1.wav
mrtrdpl.wav
nbostup.wav
nextobj.wav
ntwrc.wav
perim.wav
PIPE.wav
pkmf1.wav
pkmhd2.wav
pkmring.wav
pkmtail.wav
plume.wav
pumast.wav
rainL.wav
rainR.wav
rgF1.wav
rgRL.wav
ringclose.wav
ringopen.wav
rings.wav
rl_g36.wav
rl357.wav
rlak74.wav
rlak74gl.wav
rldragu.wav
rlpkm.wav
rlrpk.wav
rpk_f1.wav
rpk_h3.wav
sa80c1.wav
sa80f1.wav
salarm1.wav
salarm2.wav
salarm3.wav
secure1.wav
secure2.wav
sgc1.wav
sgcdoor.wav
slowfan.wav
Squake.wav
stdoor.wav
Sublight.wav
support1.wav
support10.wav
support2.wav
support3.wav
support4.wav
support5.wav
support6.wav
support7.wav
support8.wav
support9.wav
tardown.wav
TAVC1.wav
tavf1.wav
ThatBad.wav
umpc1.wav
umpf1.wav
Welcmbk2.wav
windswirl1.wav
wormend.wav
WTRFHI.wav
WTRFLO.wav
x303.wav
zone.wav
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« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2010, 06:36:09 PM »

IS THERE A WAY OF LISTENING TO THE SOUNDS SO I KNOW WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE BEFORE USING IT IN THE MAP, I DONT WANT TO HAVE TO MAKE A MAP PURELY FOR  WAV FILE ETC. AND WAS WONDERING IS THERE AN EASIER METHOD OF PREVIEWING THE WAV FILES
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