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A character with the Footstep Sounds component will play walk and run sounds as they move around the scene. These sounds can be changed using the "Sound: Change footsteps" Action, placed in e.g. a Trigger. This script, however, allows you to change sounds automatically based on what surface the character is standing on.

To use:

  1. For each floor collider that can be stood on, create and assign it a Unity "Physic Material" asset.
  2. Create a new C# file named AutoSetFootstepSounds.cs, and paste in the code below.
  3. Attach the new Auto Set Footstep Sounds component to your character.
  4. Fill in the component's Inspector: assigning both the layer that the floor colliders are placed on, and create an entry for each created Physic Material in the "Footstep Materials" array, pairing the material with a set of footstep sounds.

AutoSetFootstepSound.cs:

using UnityEngine;
using AC;

public class AutoSetFootstepSounds : MonoBehaviour
{

	[SerializeField] private LayerMask layerMask = new LayerMask ();
	[SerializeField] private float rayLength = 0.2f;
	[SerializeField] private FootstepMaterial[] footstepMaterials = new FootstepMaterial[0];

	private Char character;
	private FootstepSounds footstepSounds;
	private PhysicMaterial standingOnMaterial;


	private void Awake ()
	{
		character = GetComponent<Char> ();
		footstepSounds = GetComponentInChildren<FootstepSounds> ();
	}


	private void LateUpdate ()
	{
		Vector3 rayStart = transform.position + (0.5f * rayLength * Vector3.up);
		Debug.DrawRay (rayStart, Vector3.up * -rayLength);
		RaycastHit hitInfo = new RaycastHit ();
		if (Physics.Raycast (rayStart, Vector3.down, out hitInfo, rayLength, layerMask))
		{
			if (hitInfo.collider.sharedMaterial && standingOnMaterial != hitInfo.collider.sharedMaterial)
			{
				standingOnMaterial = hitInfo.collider.sharedMaterial;
				OnStandMaterial (standingOnMaterial);
			}
		}
	}


	private void OnStandMaterial (PhysicMaterial material)
	{
		foreach (FootstepMaterial footstepMaterial in footstepMaterials)
		{
			if (footstepMaterial.Material == material)
			{
				footstepMaterial.Apply (footstepSounds);
				return;
			}
		}
	}


	[System.Serializable]
	private class FootstepMaterial
	{

		[SerializeField] private PhysicMaterial material = null;
		[SerializeField] private AudioClip[] walkSounds = new AudioClip[0];
		[SerializeField] private AudioClip[] runSounds = new AudioClip[0];


		public void Apply (FootstepSounds footstepSounds)
		{
			if (walkSounds.Length > 0)
			{
				footstepSounds.footstepSounds = walkSounds;
			}
			if (runSounds.Length > 0)
			{
				footstepSounds.runSounds = runSounds;
			}
			if (!footstepSounds.character.IsGrounded () && walkSounds.Length > 0)
			{
			    footstepSounds.soundToPlayFrom.audioSource.clip = walkSounds[0];
			}
		}


		public PhysicMaterial Material { get { return material; } }

	}

}
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