Thank you so much, sorry to hear about the audio. Let me have a chat with the engine devs and see if there's anything that can be done. Any chance you'd be able to capture a bit of video and email it over ?(Sorry, I didn't meant o rope you in as a tester on day 1)
Hey, this is absolutely no problem. :) Software development for different operating systems isn't easy and I think game development is even trickier. I will try to do everything what helps. Maybe this is just a problem on my side?
I have captured a video of the game and uploaded it here: https://app.box.com/s/iv5r33e9lwfzljm32dep7lojd3n7sjuc (about 5.5 MB, MP4-File)
I hope this is OK? Otherwise I can mail it, too. If it is too short or you need any other informations, please let me know. :)
Thank you, that's really helpful!
I have submitted your video and a bug report to the engine devs, hopefully this can be remedied soon.
Can you tell me if you are running it on a VM or not? :)
Hi, fyi ... experiencing the same sound behaviour on Linux Mint / Lenovo X1 laptop (no VM).
Thanks for the info! Will pass this onto the engine devs. Hopefully something we can sort out soon!
I've tested it on my main desktop with PulseAudio running, no sound problems on this machine - also running Linux Mint latest. I think it narrows this down to some driver the engine uses (OpenAL maybe)
Hi, sorry for the late answer. No I not on a VM, this is a native Ubuntu installation. :)
Cool, thank you 👍🏻
I’ve spoken to the Visionaire developers about this and they have said that a new audio system is in production, but won’t be available until next year, unfortunately!
Sorry, it looks like I won’t be able to provide a version with perfect audio which is compatible with your system set up in the near future! In the meantime, if you would like a refund for your purchase, I think you can contact Itch.io support. 😊
Please, no refunds! :) This little issue is really no problem for me and I'm patient. It has no rush. And I also love this game very much, it's fun to play it, so for me it's worth every penny I paid. ;)
Just a thought... Please could you try switching the audio settings to stero instead of surround, and see if that fixes it?
I've looked for such options in the Pulse Audio volume controls but I haven't found it. I can only select there HDMI-Devices and the internal speakers of my notebook (Dell Alienware) but as I don't habe any HDMI device connected I use the settings for the internal speakers. But I will see if I can find something later. :)
But I found something else interesting. I have connected my Fiio Q1 Mark II (FQ1222) DAC via USB to my Notebook and used this as the sound card. Now the sound is perfect! This would be a good solution for me but I think it would be interesting for the developers what's causing this problem. If I can do anything to help you, please let me know.