TikTok Sound allows people to select music from the TikTok Sound Library in an effect. You can connect this node to other audio detection nodes, such as Volume Detection and Pitch Detection. One project can only have one TikTok Sound node. TikTok Sound is in the Audio category.
|Test Music||Audio Stream||The audio input for test and preview. When the effect is uploaded to TikTok, the test audio stream will be disabled, and people can manually choose music from TikTok Audio Library to play.|
|Audio||Audio Stream||Execute this node, connect to a speaker to finish the connection and play the test audio or connect to a Detection Output to finish the connection without playing audio.|
Scenario 1: Only play audio with TikTok Sound.
You can link TikTok Sound to a detection node to do more interactions. You will not need an Audio Resource Controller node here to play TikTok Sound.
You’ll need to connect the TikTok Sound node with a Speaker node to play a TikTok sound while recording. The volume adjusted here doesn’t affect the device volume.
Testing Tips: You can connect an audio resource to test your detection logic. This won’t affect the TikTok Sound node playing. After the effect is uploaded to TikTok, the test music will be disabled and replaced with online TikTok music. See below.
Scenario 2: Add your own music while enjoying TikTok Sound
Only ONE TikTok Sound node can be added
If you want to play both your own music and TikTok Sound, use the Audio Resource Controller node to play your audio.
Tips for users who use your effect:
- When using the TikTok Sound node, no music will play if a user who is using your effect doesn’t choose the music.
- Once users who use your effect add TikTok Sound, their voice input will be overridden by the music.