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    I have three loops.
    I have eight scenes.
    I have the option of listening to the three tracks and turning the music on or off.
    I need the music to play the same and not mess up when you switch scenes. And in every new scene I still have the option of picking your music. Can someone help me out? I have no clue how to even get started on this. Thanks a lot. Email me if it's gonna take up too much bandwidth on here.

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    Make a separate .swf of your sound choices, make it with 3 scenes, one for each sound - label the start frame of each scene, ie:"sound1", "sound2", "sound3". Then in your main movie, make a new movieclip symbol, then use load movie to import your sound .swf into level 1000, and have your button go something like:
    On(Release)
    Begin tell target("_level1000")
    Go to and Play("sound1")
    End Tell Target
    End On

    etc etc etc

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    Thanks a lot, I'll see if I can get it to work.
    Oh, how do I make the on/off thing work?

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    Depends how you have your sounds, streaming, event, whatever. I would have it streaming set to loop 1000x, and Put an action to stop like this:
    On(Release)
    Begin Tell Target("_level1000")
    Stop
    End Tell Target
    End On
    This will 'pause' rather than stop the sound if you get the difference. To stop you could have it go to a blank frame (make it labelled for easier targeting), to play replace that 'Stop' action with a 'play'.
    Have an experiment

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    How do I make it streaming?

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    Drop the sound into a keyframe, double click the keyframe, and go to the sounds tab, all the parameters are in there

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    Thank ya
    You da bomb

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