How To Turn Off Sound For Certain Objects?

I have two sound effects right now, one for the jump, and another for the music. I have an option in my options menu to where I can turn off the sound or music. When I turn off sound, everything turns off including the music. So how can I target only certain sounds/objects in the script? So far I use AudioListener.volume = 0; when I turn sound off. EDIT: If you read my latest comment(all the way at the bottom of the screen), you will see that I changed my script a little bit. I now have the music on a different script, on a different gameobject attached to the Player. Here’s my music script:

public class MusicTest : MonoBehaviour {

	AudioSource audio; //variable
	public AudioClip[] songs; //variable
	int currentSong = 0; //variable

	// Use this for initialization
	void Start () {
		audio = GetComponent<AudioSource> ();
	// Update is called once per frame
	void Update () {
		//This is for when I put more music
                  if (audio.isPlaying == false){
			if(currentSong >= songs.Length)
				currentSong = 0;
			audio.clip = songs[ currentSong ];


My Jump sound is the same. Look at the replied comments for the script. I’ll re-post it and my menu to turn off sound and music again here when pastebin works again.
EDIT2: Okay pastebin is working again, so here’s my Jump Audio script(the code you are about to see is part of the Player script):

And now for the Sound Menu script, which is where I want the sound to either turn off or on without affecting the music:
As for the music menu, it is almost exactly the same as the sound, so I won’t be posting it.

Sorry for all these edits. I just want to make sure everyone knows how my scripts work(though it’s understandable if you still don’t). Please help if you have time. Thanks.

what he meant probably was something like this

if (GUI.Button (new Rect (Screen.width * guiPlacementX1, Screen.height * guiPlacementY1, Screen.width * .5f, Screen.height * .1f), " Audio On"))
           sound = true; // set your flag
        if (GUI.Button (new Rect (Screen.width * guiPlacementX3, Screen.height * guiPlacementY3, Screen.width * .5f, Screen.height * .1f), "Audio Off")) 
             sound = false; // set your flag
//make the same pair for background music 

        if (grounded && Input.GetKeyDown(KeyCode.Space))
            anim.SetBool("Ground", false);
            rigidbody2D.AddForce(new Vector2(0, jumpForce));
            if(music)//use flag 
            AudioSource.PlayClipAtPoint(JumpAudio[Random.Range(0, JumpAudio.Length)], transform.position, .2f);

From my experience the best practice is to have a proper method (i.e. void PlaySound(Audioclip clip, Transform position)) to play sound in which you check the flag and pass clip as parameter. However depending on the setup would be easier to have separated audio sources for sound effects and music than just use audioSource play instead of playclipatpoint, than again depends on the setup.