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Ma5c Updated Firing Sound Tags

Title: Ma5c Updated Firing Sound Tags
Section: Halo CE Misc. Tags
Author: Atomic117, ALacKOfLife, and Bungie
Description:

File Name: MA5C_Updated_Firing_Sound_Tags.zip
Media Type: Zip
Size: 118.4K  Date: 08/10/14
Downloads: 74
User Rating: pending




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My honest opinion? The firing sounds for the H3 AR that the modding community commonly uses suuuuucks! The origin was likely from the now defunct H3MT's Coagulation test map (or the leaked Narrows build.. I can't remember). Since then, It's been widely used by other community members and groups, including in CMT SPV2 and Jesse's Foundry map. To be fair, I'm greatly exaggerating when I say it's terrible, but the lack of quality was a personal pet peeve of mine. That's why I decided to re-render the firing sounds for the community to use at their own will.

For this pack, I've rendered two audio tags for your choosing. One tag in 22,050 Hz and a second one in 44,100 Hz. The 44,100 Hz is obviously the better sounding one, but the size is slightly larger due to it's sampling rate, which could affect tag space depending on what project you're working on. The 22,050 Hz is more ideal if you want to save space, but the quality is also lessened. It's not as bad as the commonly used firing sound, but I think it's considerably better.

 

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