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I tried to do it in different ways but nothing comes out. My code looks like this (I know that interpolate_property method doesn't indicate what is needed at all, I showed it for clarity):

func _on_StartButton_pressed():

    var tween =
    tween.interpolate_property(AudioStream, "volume_db", 0, -80, 1, Tween.TRANS_QUART, Tween.EASE_IN, 0)

    yield(get_tree().create_timer(transition_duration), "timeout")

I want to interpolate audiobus I need (in my case it's Music, index 1), not master audio.
Is it possible? If so, how?

Godot version 3.3.4.stable
in Engine by (160 points)

1 Answer

+2 votes
Best answer
  1. You must create a method that will change the volume of your bus.
  2. Use interpolate_method in your tween.
tween.interpolate_method(self, "change_audio_bus_volume", 0.0, -80.0, 1.0)
func change_audio_bus_volume(value: float):
    var index = AudioServer.get_bus_index("bus_name")
    AudioServer.set_bus_volume_db(index, value)
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Note that this will most likely cause audible cracking as per As a workaround, modify the volume of individual AudioStreamPlayer nodes instead.

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