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That could be cool under the right circumstances.  Whoever scripted your AO included that sploosh sound that's triggered when your landing anim is triggered.  Read the instructions that came with the AO, because it's possible that the scripter built in a toggle to silence the sounds if you don't want them.  If not, or if you have lost the instructions, you can try contacting the creator to ask.  If all else fails, you can replace your AO with a different one.

Or, I suppose, you could be wearing a different scripted attachment that does nothing but make a sploosh sound when it senses that you are landing.  You could just search your inventory to see what you are wearing and then detach likely suspects until you find it.  It could be in a shoe or some other attachment too, so not necessarily obvious.

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That could be cool under the right circumstances.  Whoever scripted your AO included that sploosh sound that's triggered when your landing anim is triggered.  Read the instructions that came with the AO, because it's possible that the scripter built in a toggle to silence the sounds if you don't want them.  If not, or if you have lost the instructions, you can try contacting the creator to ask.  If all else fails, you can replace your AO with a different one.

Or, I suppose, you could be wearing a different scripted attachment that does nothing but make a sploosh sound when it senses that you are landing.  You could just search your inventory to see what you are wearing and then detach likely suspects until you find it.  It could be in a shoe or some other attachment too, so not necessarily obvious.

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If your AO does not include a way to turn off the sound, but is modifiable, you can try looking for and removing whatever in the contents is causing the sound. Make a copy first. If you cannot make a copy, I don't recommend trying this at all. 

You may have to rez the AO to edit it. Do so, then right-click and choose "edit," go to the contents tab, and look for anything likely to cause that sound. If you can find it, delete it. Take the AO back, wear it, and fall off of something. If you don't hear the noise, hurrah! It worked. If you still hear the noise, delete that copy of the AO, make another copy from the original, and try again. 

First, however, to avoid extra work, take off your AO completely. Fall off of something. If you hear the noise, your AO isn't the problem. If you don't hear the noise, try the steps above. 

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