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It is easy to add sounds to Lucas Chess, two alternatives :
  1. With a microphone.
  2. With google translator and Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/).
  3. And maybe in the future users donate their own voice (microphone) and can be put for download from the web.

Options-Other options-Custom sounds
Modify
You can recording with a microphone or read an external wav


With Read wav and to this sound : c:\Windows\Media has some usable.


After read wav or record with microphone


You can reduce the limits, useful specially with sound  achived with microphone 


 Google translator and Audacity :


If you prefer to hear an external voice, this is one of the ways.

In Audacity Stop and then select area with sound
Then use Export selection and create a wav that you can import  from Lucas
In LC, modify + label, and read check wav file


To enable sounds :

Options - Configuration
Also while playing :

+Options - Sounds




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  1. I will try and let you know - Thanks

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  2. Does anyone have some soundpacks that I could download ?

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    1. I can send you , if you will send me letter to email modernous@yandex.ru

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    2. I will send you if you will send me your email)))

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    3. Hi! I would also have some sounds, here is my email "Wolfi.richter@t-online.de". Thanks in advance...

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    4. can you give me some? ptuongnhat@gmail.com is my email

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