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If you open your sound panel (upper right corner of your screen in a V2 viewer, lower toolbar in all other viewers), you'll see that it has sliders for controlling the volume of many types of sounds separately.  You can just set the Ambient Sound slider al the way to the left (zero volume) to cancel the sound of wind.  As an alternative, you could go instead to your Advanced menu (CTRL+Alt + D) and open the Debug Settings option.  With the pulldown menu, look for the parameter called MuteAmbient.  It is set to FALSE by default, but if you change that to TRUE, it will mute your ambient sound effects the same way moving that slider will.

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If you open your sound panel (upper right corner of your screen in a V2 viewer, lower toolbar in all other viewers), you'll see that it has sliders for controlling the volume of many types of sounds separately.  You can just set the Ambient Sound slider al the way to the left (zero volume) to cancel the sound of wind.  As an alternative, you could go instead to your Advanced menu (CTRL+Alt + D) and open the Debug Settings option.  With the pulldown menu, look for the parameter called MuteAmbient.  It is set to FALSE by default, but if you change that to TRUE, it will mute your ambient sound effects the same way moving that slider will.

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