I’m Miguel, and I’m developing a small adventure 2D game in isometric perspective, I have a friend that makes all the audio in FMOD and it’s really used to work with it, so, I’m implementing the audio of the game in Unity with FMOD.
I already have a basic configuration running, the scenes have event emitters, and I can trigger background music that changes accordingly to some in-game parameters, the Studio Listener it’s on the character, so when it moves around you hear what it hears.
The thing that bothers me it’s that the “Studio Event emitters” have a 3D sphere that it’s used to calculate the distance between the emitter an the listener, BUT, my game it’s an isometric perspective, and besides that, it’s 2D!!
So I’d like to know if there’s a way to convert those Studio event emitters into a 2D circumference, and then if I could to transform that 2D circumference into an ellipse, so the sound and the distances will be correctly projected in the game, and the character will hear the sounds more natural in the game (just in case you don’t know, a circle projected in isometric perspective becomes an ellipse.
Also, I’m open to hearing more solutions about how to solve this in a better way, because I’m running out of ideas haha
Thanks in advance!!