Leatrix Sounds

A complete and regularly updated sound file browser that lets you find and play any sound file in Dragonflight and Shadowlands, Wrath of the Lich King Classic and Classic Era.

Links

Download Leatrix Sounds for Dragonflight and Shadowlands

Download Leatrix Sounds for Wrath of the Lich King Classic

Download Leatrix Sounds for Classic Era

Wrath of the Lich King Classic

Leatrix Sounds is now available for Wrath of the Lich King Classic.

Dragonflight

Leatrix Sounds for Shadowlands now supports Dragonflight too.

Support

For support and feedback, enter the addon name, game expansion and your message in an email or a GitHub ticket.

Updates

Use CurseForge App to keep Leatrix addons up-to-date. There is now a standalone version (currently in alpha) for those that don't wish to install Overwolf.

Repository

Leatrix addons are available on GitHub.

Feature List

Leatrix Sounds is an easy-to-use sound file browser.

To open Leatrix Sounds, type /lts.

You will see a list of sound files. If you only want to listen to music, or only sound effects, you can do that using the checkboxes.

To play a track, just click it. While a track is selected, you can press W and S to play the previous or next track, E to replay the current track or Q to stop playback. By using the keys, you can very quickly traverse a lot of sound files so if you're looking for a particular sound, using the keys is the best way to do it.

Searching for a sound file

You can enter up to 10 keywords in the search criteria. The words can be in any order. If you want to exclude a particular word from search results, prefix the word with an exclamation mark (!).

For example, you might search for 'gnome male'. That will show you all the tracks with the word 'gnome' and the word 'male' in the name. However, the word 'male' is also part of the word 'female'. So what if you don't want 'gnome female' sounds to be included? Just add !female (prefixed with an exclamation mark) so your search becomes 'gnome male !female' (which means 'gnome male not female').

Sound file IDs

Sound files are shown as a filename followed by a hash (#) and then a number. The number is the sound file ID. If you are looking for a sound file ID so that you can mute a sound file in another addon, this is the number that you need.

Printing track names

You can hold shift and left-click a track to print the track name in chat. If you right-click instead, the track will be added to the chat editbox.

Volume controls

Though the media player in Leatrix Plus is easier to use for listening to zone music, you can use Leatrix Sounds for that too. And just as with Leatrix Plus, you can press CTRL/S to mute game sound effects so that you can listen to Leatrix Sounds in peace.

Updates

Leatrix Sounds is updated regularly (mostly every week) to include the latest sound files that Blizzard has added to the game.