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using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
using UnityEngine.UI; // This library allows us to use the UI Classes in unity, we need itdisplay the pitch on the screen.
public class SFXPitchModulation_FMOD : MonoBehaviour
PlayerMovement playerScript; // A reference to the movement script
public Text displayPitch; // Text that will display the pitch
float pitchValue = 0; // We will assign this value to threference e pitch before we play the event
// Side Note:
// I know that to make pitch modulation in FMOD all it takes is to add pitch modulation on a sound event.
// I am doing this though a Game Parameter so I can display the Pitch in game.
FMOD.Studio.EventInstance sFXEvent; // We need to use an have a reference to an instance of an Object if we want to access it Parameters
FMOD.Studio.ParameterInstance pitchParameter; // for more information Watch
// Use this for initialization
void Start ()
playerScript = gameObject.GetComponent<PlayerMovement> (); //getting the script reference
playerScript.PlayerMoved += PlaySFX; //Assigning the PlayerMoved event to PlaySFX() Funciton. So every time PlayerMoved event is fired PlaySFX() Function is fired too
sFXEvent = FMOD_StudioSystem.instance.GetEvent ("event:/Spike_Explode"); // Get an instance of the event
sFXEvent.getParameter ("PitchMod", out pitchParameter); // Use the instance of the event to access the parameter on that even
void PlaySFX()
//Unchanged pitch is 0
pitchValue = Random.Range(-24f, 24f); // the pitch modulation is FMOD runs between -24 and 24
pitchParameter.setValue (pitchValue); // Set the parameter value
displayPitch.text = ("Pitch Value :" + pitchValue.ToString()); // Display the current pitch on the screen
//FMOD_StudioSystem.instance.PlayOneShot ("event:/Spike_Explode",gameObject.transform.position); // Play one shot will not work because it is not set on a instance of an event
sFXEvent.start (); // Start the event. I am sure there is a better way to do this I am still looking into it // FIX
void OnDestroy()
playerScript.PlayerMoved -= PlaySFX; //Unassign the event