Swifty Sound is a simple library that lets you deal with Swift sounds easily.
More advanced example:
Sound.play(file: "dog", fileExtension: "wav", numberOfLoops: 2)
The above will play the sound three times.
Specify a negative number of loops to play the sound continously in an intinite loop:
Sound.play(file: "dog", fileExtension: "wav", numberOfLoops: -1)
Stop currently playing sounds:
Enable/disable all sounds:
Sound.enabled = true Sound.enabled = false
The value of
Sound.enabled property will be automatically persisted in
UserDefaults and restored on the next launch of your app.
Change sound categories. SwiftySound provides a simple way of changing sound category:
Sound.category = .ambient
This changes the category of the underlying shared
AVAudioSession instance. The default value is
SoundCategory.ambient. Due to
AVAudioSession architecture, this property is not available on macOS.
Creating instances of
You can also create an instance of a Sound class and store it somewhere in your app.
let sound = Sound(url: fileURL) sound.play()
- Playing single sounds
- Infinite loops
- Playing the same sound multiple times simultaneously
- Global static variable to enable/disable all sounds
- Swift 3
- Xcode 8.0 or later
- iOS 8.0 or later
- tvOS 9.0 or later
- macOS 10.9 or later
Installation with CocoaPods
platform :ios, '8.0' use_frameworks! pod 'SwiftySound'
Installation with Carthage
Carthage is a lightweight dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C. It leverages CocoaTouch modules and is less invasive than CocoaPods.
To install with carthage, follow the instruction on Carthage
Installation with Swift Package Manager
The Swift Package Manager is a tool for managing the distribution of Swift code. Just add the url of this repo to your
Package.swift file as a dependency:
import PackageDescription let package = Package( name: "YourPackage", dependencies: [ .Package(url: "https://github.com/adamcichy/SwiftySound.git", majorVersion: 0) ] )
swift build and wait for SPM to install SwiftySound.
Sound.swift file into your project, link against
AVFoundation.framework and you are ready to go.
Swifty Sound is licensed under the MIT License.