How to make a blueprint to make sound profiles for material types?
Hello everyone, I'm pretty new to Unreal Engine here as I'm coming over from CryEngine 5 and I've been noticing a few things different in UE that I kind of took for granted in CryEngine; the biggest difference right now being that my materials don't have sounds associated with them. In CryEngine I was able to tie sounds to the materials themselves so that when something collided or otherwise interacted with an object using that material those sounds would be called. It was a really convenient feature which, unless I'm mistaken, seems absent from UE so I was wondering if there was a way to re-create this using the blue print system.
Not only do I want the sound of footsteps on a metal floor to play if I'm walking on a metal floor, but I also would like that same metal floor to play a metallic impact sound if I were to throw something at it or otherwise make something fall on it. I want to do the same with various objects and meshes as well so that if I throw a wooden box at a brick wall that it will sound like I did just that.
Thank you for your help in advance!
asked Jan 16 '17 at 12:41 PM in Blueprint Scripting
I'm sure this is what you're looking for :)
answered Jan 16 '17 at 12:47 PM
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