Changing Audio in Customize

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  1. drh1589

    drh1589 Member

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    Hey,

    I'm new here and I'm sure this is quite a stupid question, but is there some reason that I can't get the audio to change in Customize on my iPod touch? I try to change it, but when it doesn't change. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    vorteczr243 New Member

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    I was JUST going to make a thread about this.... I guess I'm just too slow

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  3. jadphoto

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    Well, why would you change the audio? There is no speaker, only a piezo clicker.
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    drh1589 Member

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    Yes, there is a speaker, and if you set Settings->General->Sound Effects to Speaker, then you'll hear the "clicker" as it was called on the old iPods, the on/off sound effects, and typing on the keyboard on a speaker.

    So, does anyone know why that isn't working for me? Is it a bug with Customize or what?

    Edit: Could I make it easier on myself by just changing the audio file in the iPod itself?
  5. hummer433

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    wat.... there is no speaker on ipod touch... u can hook one up i suppose
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    Go into Settings->General->Sound Effects and set it to Speaker. Then hit the power button on the top of your device. Click. Hit the button again. Slide to unlock. Click. Is that not a speaker?

    Edit: Okay, I've found the folder that has the Audio in it, but everything is in .caf. How can I convert .mp3/.wav to that?

    Edit2: I coppied those to a folder on my desktop and listened to them and they're the ones I want to be used but why aren't they playing?
  7. markymarkdotcom

    markymarkdotcom New Member

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    I dont think you understand.

    THERE IS NO SPEAKER

    there's only a "clicker"
  8. juke

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    There is in fact a speaker on the iPod touch, I'm sure somebody managed to do something with it before on the forums.
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    Right, so why doesn't it work when I have headphones plugged in?
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    optikalblitz New Member

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    you should listen to marky mark, k?

    but if you don't wanna, you should listen to me. if you have it set to Speaker, you don't hear any clicking in the headphones because it's not sending any sound fx to them.

    the piezo is a "speaker" but it only has a limited range of sounds it can make, it can make simple buzzes and clicks but has extremely low fidelity. the reason why you see the option in customize is because you can modify the iPhone's output sounds. the program is designed to run on both the touch and the phone.

    so, piezo buzzer ≠ hi-fi audio speaker

    please leave it at that.

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