- Jun 1, 2018
and there were more bugs in the farsight releases in general. Zens quality assurance is much better.
the reality with zen is they never return to existing tables unless its a bug that either
1. affects leader boards
2. bugs that crash or cause some other major detriment to the game.
bad sound sound emulation my fall under 2 but i wouldn't hold my breath
they never go back and update existing tables to correct things like bad camera views etc.. they just don't..once a table is done its done until they rerelease their next product and it might be updated then(pinball fx to fx2 to fx3 etc)
Well, that's good to know...since the audio levels are most definitely borked.Folks,
Just a heads up that Zen are aware of an audio issue affecting the in-table music volume on the Vol.6 tables.
The problem appears to be due to a mix up on the volume sliders.
Well, that's good to know...since the audio levels are most definitely borked.
The audio level sliders are most definitely messed up.
A simple way to hear this is to slide just the Physics and SFX Audio sliders to the Off position, leaving the Overall and Music volumes.
Volume 6 tables will now run completely silent, with no in-table music playing.
Zen, I’ve just tested this on iOS as well (sorry, I don’t play mobile much) and the audio issue is definitely here too.
On the Williams Pinball: Volume 6 tables the music is connected to the SFX Volume, so you can control it with that volume bar on the new tables, the music bar only affects the music in the menus.
Probably because of the analog audio. The System 11 and early WPC (first 4 machines) uses a single POT switch to adjust the volume. Starting with Terminator 2, the audio was all digitally controlled with multiple ranges that can be adjusted.Why they would purposely tie the music volume slider to the SFX volume slider for ONLY the Vol 6 tables is beyond me...
Probably because of the analog audio. The System 11 and early WPC (first 4 machines) uses a single POT switch to adjust the volume. Starting with Terminator 2, the audio was all digitally controlled with multiple ranges that can be adjusted.