How to make sound while moving?

The problem is this: I want to have a sound when the object moves, but I don’t know how to do it (I use the “Input Manager”). I would be grateful to anyone who can tell me how to implement this!

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To play a sound when an object moves in Unity, you can use the AudioSource component. This component allows you to play an audio clip as part of your game.

To add an AudioSource component to your object, follow these steps:

  • In the Unity editor, select the object you want to add the sound to.
  • In the inspector window, click the Add Component button.
  • In the Add Component menu, search for “Audio Source” and select it to add it to the object.
  • In the Audio Source component, click the “None (Audio Clip)” field and select the audio clip you want to play.
  • If you want the sound to play continuously while the object is moving, set the “Loop” option to true.

Next, you will need to write a script to play the sound when the object moves. You can do this by attaching a script to the object and using the AudioSource.Play() method to play the sound.

Here is an example of how you could write this script:

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public class PlaySoundOnMove : MonoBehaviour
{
    // The AudioSource component that will play the sound
    public AudioSource audioSource;

    // The minimum distance the object must move before the sound is played
    public float minMoveDistance = 0.1f;

    // The position of the object in the previous frame
    private Vector3 previousPosition;

    // Start is called before the first frame update
    void Start()
    {
        // Store the initial position of the object
        previousPosition = transform.position;
    }

    // Update is called once per frame
    void Update()
    {
        // Calculate the distance the object has moved since the last frame
        float moveDistance = Vector3.Distance(transform.position, previousPosition);

        // If the object has moved more than the minimum distance
        if (moveDistance >= minMoveDistance)
        {
            // Play the sound
            audioSource.Play();

            // Store the current position of the object for the next frame
            previousPosition = transform.position;
        }
    }
}

In this script, the PlaySoundOnMove class is attached to the game object. The AudioSource and minMoveDistance fields are set in the inspector. The Start() method is used to store the initial position of the object, and the Update() method is used to calculate the distance the object has moved and play the sound if necessary.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Did you tried other method?