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MUD Sound Protocol

Introduction to MUD Sounds

Legends of Kallisti MUD is equipped with the MUD Sound Protocol (MSP). We have worked very hard to create a pack of high quality sounds for this MUD and feel that it will greatly enhance your experience of the game. The sound pack will be updated on rare occasion - check here periodically for the most recent sound pack.

Setup Instructions for CMUD

  1. Download msppack.zip (.zip, 3.0 mB) OR msppack.exe (Windows self-installer, 2.6 mB).
  2. Unzip the files into your 'CMUD\KallistiMUD\Sounds' directory. This directory may be slightly different depending on your setup but it probably in your My Documents\My Games. If you do not have a "Sounds" directory under 'CMUD\KallistiMUD' then simply create one and put the sounds in there. The location of the sound files is crucial to getting the sound to work.
  3. In CMUD go to Options->Sounds and click on the MSP tab and make sure that 'Enable Sound Protocol (MSP)' is checked. Click on the Sounds tab and make sure 'Enable Sounds' is checked and the path to your sounds directory is entered into 'Sounds Directory'. For Ivy this is c:\Users\Ivy\Documents\My Games\CMUD\KallistiMud\Sounds (This may be slightly different depending on your CMUD version and Windows setup.)
  4. Type toggle sound in the game to turn sounds on for your character. You will have to do this for each character for which you want sounds enabled.

Setup Instructions for WinTin

  1. Download msppack.zip (.zip, 1.93 mB) OR msppack.exe (Windows self-installer, 2.6 mB).
  2. Unzip the sound files into your wintin directory. If you downloaded the self-installer, run it and skip to step 3.
  3. In Wintin go to 'Edit->Mud Sound Protocol' and check 'Enable MSP Sounds'.
  4. In that same window under 'Directory for Sound files:' type in a period (.).
  5. Type toggle sound in the game to turn sounds on for your character. You will have to do this for each character for which you want sounds enabled.
  6. You might want to also type this within Wintin to get rid of all the SOUND messages: '#gag !SOUND'

Note: You cannot be using another application that plays sounds at the same time you use wintin. (Not an issue for zMUD users.)

MUD Client Requirements

Zmud (v4.61 or higher) - Recommended: http://www.zuggsoft.com - shareware

Wintin (v1.72 and higher): http://www.wintin.org - freeware

MudMaster (v2.10 and higher): http://www.mud-master.com - freeware

AmiMUD (v2.10 and higher) for Amiga