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Found in

2021.3.35f1

2022.3.20f1

2023.2.11f1

2023.3.0b8

6000.0.0b11

Issue ID

UUM-64805

Regression

No

Audio Reverb Zone Component is not applied when Effects are reordered in the Mixer

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Reproduction steps:
1. Open the attached “AudioReverZoneBug.zip” project
2. Enter the Play mode and listen to the audio
3. Exit the Play mode
4. Open the “Mixer” asset from the Project Window
5. Click on the “Parent” Group Controller
6. Reorder the “Send” Effect so that it is placed above the “Attenuation” Effect
7. Enter the Play mode and listen to the audio

Expected result: The Reverb Effect is still heard after reordering the Effects
Actual result: Reordering the Effects disables the Reverb Effect

Reproducible with: 2021.3.35f1, 2022.1.0a2
Not reproducible with: 2022.3.20f1, 2023.2.9f1, 2023.3.0b7
Fixed in: 2022.1.0a3

Reproducible on: Windows 11
Not reproducible on: no other environment tested

Note:
- Moving the “Send” Effect back to the bottom doesn't fix the issue, the Effect needs to be removed and added back

Comments (1)

  1. man572142

    Apr 01, 2024 03:13

    I want to share more things that I found recently around this issue.

    1. It seems not only to occur after reordering the effect but many other changes to the AudioMixer as well, such as adding a new effect in any AudioMixerGroup and adding a new child AudioMixerGroup.

    2. The "Remove effect and add back" workaround does not work after we relaunch the editor, even if we save the AudioMixer.

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