How to Correctly play a sound from a players location on the Server Side

Ok so i have been trying to make a script where when you press a KeyBind your character plays a sound effect that everyone around you can hear coming from the players location

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currently the LocalScript triggers a RemoteEvent to a ServerScript in StarterCharacterScripts that then gets the player and plays the sound, it works but my problem is only one person at a time can be playing a sound, there’s a 0.2 second delay so it cant spam it but when other players also press it they have to wait 0.2 seconds from the first person so two people cant do it at the same time.

Local Script

local keyPressed = Enum.KeyCode.F
local remote = game.ReplicatedStorage.BeepRemote
local cooldown = false
local userInputService = game:GetService("UserInputService")

-- Sends KeyPress To Server Script
	if isTyping then return end
	if input.KeyCode == keyPressed then
		if cooldown == false then
			cooldown = true
			cooldown = false


So the way I have it set up is that when you press the KeyBind it sends a signal to the ServerScript using a RemoteEvent

Server Script

-- Tweening Settings
local tweeneasing = Enum.EasingStyle.Circular
local tweentime = 1.5
local effectgoalsize =, 0,1, 0)
local effectgoalposition =, 0,0, 0)

-- Locals
local character = script.Parent
local head = character:WaitForChild("Head")
local root = character:WaitForChild"HumanoidRootPart"
local storage = game:GetService("ReplicatedStorage")
local remote = storage:WaitForChild("BeepRemote")
local tween = game:GetService("TweenService")
local effect = storage.BeepEffect
local cooldown = false

-- Creating Effect
local cloneeffect = effect:Clone()
cloneeffect.Parent = head
print("Effect Created")

-- Creating Sound
local beep ="Sound")
local pitch ="PitchShiftSoundEffect")
local speed beep.PlaybackSpeed = 1
beep.Parent = root
beep.Name = "Beep"
beep.SoundId = "rbxassetid://17155242113"
beep.Volume = .5
beep.RollOffMaxDistance = 30
beep.RollOffMinDistance = 5
pitch.Name = "Pitch"
pitch.Parent = root.Beep
pitch.Octave = 1
print("Sound Created")

-- play sound when getting signal from local script
	local character = script.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid")
	if cooldown == false then
		if >= 1 then
			cooldown = true			
			local character = player.Character					
			local head = character:WaitForChild("Head")
			local root = character:WaitForChild"HumanoidRootPart"
			-- Playing Sound			
			local beep = root:WaitForChild("Beep")			
			local pitch = beep:WaitForChild("Pitch")
			speed = math.random(1, 5)/15				
			pitch.Octave = math.random(7.5, 11)/8
			-- Playing Effect	
			local cloneeffect = head:WaitForChild("BeepEffect")
			local cloneimage = cloneeffect:WaitForChild("BeepTexture")
			cloneeffect.Enabled = false
			cloneimage.Position =, 0,0.5, 0)
			cloneimage.Size =, 0,0, 0)
			cloneimage.ImageTransparency = 0
			local goal = {}
			goal.Position = effectgoalposition
			goal.Size = effectgoalsize
			goal.ImageTransparency = 1
			local tweenInfo = + 1, tweeneasing)
			local tween1 = tween:Create(cloneimage, tweenInfo, goal)
			cloneeffect.Enabled = true
			print(player, "Beeped At", pitch.Octave, "Pitch &", speed, "Speed Plus", speed + 1, "Tween Speed")
			cooldown = false



Currently it creates a sound in the players humanoid root part and plays it from there the “Beep” is the sound effect, then when it gets a signal from the RemoteEvent it gets the local character and finds the “Beep” then plays it

the Tween is for a effect that plays don’t worry about it,
your welcome to use the script if you want but idk why you would xd

I have tried some random things and looked a bit on the DevForum but to no avail

I just realized i was doing a wait 0.2 in the server script for some reason but i was also doing it in the local script, there wasn’t really a reason for it to be in the server script was there…

As i have pretty much figured it out, if anyone sees this before this topic closes i would love feedback on my script and anyways i can improve it!