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{Zillyhoo}Delivery God Feb 19 @ 6:42pm
Can we get some volume controls?
After the first 30 minutes the ambient sounds and musics were starting to irritate me
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Californ1a Feb 19 @ 7:05pm 
Why not just use the Volume Mixer?
{Zillyhoo}Delivery God Feb 20 @ 6:38pm 
Why not get some volume sliders?
Californ1a Feb 20 @ 9:35pm 
Because your computer already has a perfectly good system for managing volume of each program running. It would take away from time used to fix bugs or add more features.
{Zillyhoo}Delivery God Feb 21 @ 12:04am 
Useing the built in volume mixer when I'm in a skype call or using steam voice chat makes it harder for me to hear. Especially when I have to turn down the global volume because the game audio tends to be ear rapingly loud.
DokiDokii Feb 21 @ 6:00am 
Originally posted by Delivery God:
Useing the built in volume mixer when I'm in a skype call or using steam voice chat makes it harder for me to hear. Especially when I have to turn down the global volume because the game audio tends to be ear rapingly loud.
So dont turn down global audio, turn down antichamber? I mean, its not rocket science.. Open Volume mixer, slide Antichamber slide down...
abort_user Feb 21 @ 6:51pm 
to be fair, all games need a volume slider. its not really fair to blame OP even though there are work arounds. i believe the point is the OP shouldnt have to work around and i fully agree.
BrettMan Feb 27 @ 6:46am 
This game should have a volume slider. I changed the volume of the program in the windows sound mixer but if I remember correctly, you weren't able to change individual program sound levels prior to windows vista. It's also nice to be able to control music and fx separately.
Ripcord Feb 27 @ 8:24pm 
"Prior to Windows Vista"

At this point I don't think people using a 12-year old unsupported OS should be a significant developer concern.
BrettMan Feb 28 @ 4:29am 
The system requirements state windows xp sp2, it is a supported OS
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