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If I Play the gun sound on my "bullet" object, how can I prevent the end of Audio sound if the bullet hit something so it destroy. To clarify:

Bullet prefab -> Audio Source -> Audio Clip = MachineGun.mp3 PlayOnAwake = true

When I instantiate bullet, MachineGun AudioClip is played. But the bullet is fast and hit something before the clip is end. This Kill the machine audio effect making it irrealistic.

How can I tell Unity "Play the sound to the end, despite the object is destroyed".

I've tried

Destroy(gameObject, AudioClip.length)

But it seems not works

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    \$\begingroup\$ I would probably go with a singleton type audio manager and use events \$\endgroup\$
    – Savlon
    Feb 13, 2017 at 2:56

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One option is to use AudioSource.PlayClipAtPoint(), this will create a new audiosource for the clip at the given position and then automatically clean up after the playback is complete.

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