Converting to Xenopixel Soundboard

Xenopixel only supports the following files (listed below). What these files are equivalent to on other saber font formats (CFX, Proffie, GHv3) is pretty straight forward. If there are multiples of the same type of file, increment the number in the file name, example: 'blaster (1).wav', 'blaster (2).wav', 'blaster (3).wav', etc...

blaster (1).wav
clash (1).wav
drag (1).wav
font (1).wav
hum (1).wav
in (1).wav
lock (1).wav
out (1).wav
swingh (1).wav
swingl (1).wav
track (1).wav

Once the files are renamed the second step is re-saving the fonts with Audacity (Free & Open Source audio editor software). There is something about the specific 16bit-Wav (mono) encoding in Audacity's software that is compatible with Xenopixel.

Here's what to do in Audacity:

  • Open Audacity
  • Drag all of the .wav files from the font into Audacity
  • Select File => Export => Export Multiple
  • Select a Folder Where You Want the Files
  • Make Sure Format is Set to WAV (Microsoft)
  • Press Export

The files are created in the export location and will work correctly on Xenopixel. Enjoy!


**Credit to: "Stephen Undesirables of" for writing up this tutorial