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Reverb Zones take an Audio ClipA container for audio data in Unity. Unity supports mono, stereo and multichannel audio assets (up to eight channels). Unity can import .aif, .wav, .mp3, and .ogg audio file format, and .xm, .mod, .it, and .s3m tracker module formats. More info
See in Glossary and distorts it depending where the audio listenerA component that acts like a microphone, receiving sound from Audio Sources in the scene and outputting to the computer speakers. More info
See in Glossary is located inside the reverb zone. They are used when you want to gradually change from a point where there is no ambient effect to a place where there is one, for example when you are entering a cavern.
|Min Distance||Represents the radius of the inner circle in the gizmoA graphic overlay associated with a GameObject in a Scene, and displayed in the Scene View. Built-in scene tools such as the move tool are Gizmos, and you can create custom Gizmos using textures or scripting. Some Gizmos are only drawn when the GameObject is selected, while other Gizmos are drawn by the Editor regardless of which GameObjects are selected. More info
See in Glossary, this determines the zone where there is a gradually reverb effect and a full reverb zone.
|Max Distance||Represents the radius of the outer circle in the gizmo, this determines the zone where there is no effect and where the reverb starts to get applied gradually.|
|Reverb Preset||Determines the reverb effect that will be used by the reverb zone.|
This diagram illustrates the properties of the reverb zone.
You can mix reverb zones to create combined effects.