Unity has an impressive array of audio capabilities. It supports 3D spatial sound, which provides a surround-sound effect. This gives our audio source a point and dimension. There are also extensive mixing and mastering capabilities in Unity.
In this section, we will explore the basics of audio in Unity and take a look at the Audio Mixer.
We can use a variety of audio formats in Unity. You can see the four formats listed here:
- Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF)
- Ogg Vorbis (OGG)
If you have audio assets that are in a file format different from these four, you can probably use a free audio conversion tool to change the file format.
When we import an audio file into a Unity game, the file becomes an audio clip. Audio clips can also be created from within...