Hi there, I've seen plenty a Flash movie with a full soundtrack, like continuous talking or music, and I was wondering if people used any special way of importing music. When I import music and then use it, it never syncs with the stage, maybe because it's too much goin on, or something else. But one of my questions is if i break the track up into 20 differant files, would it only be tougher to do anything with? Question #2: How do i make it possible to, when scrolling in the timeline halfway through a song, to hear the song? Like drag the pointer thing over and hear whats happenin? Question #3: Last question. I have Sound Forge 6, but i don't know how to use any of the neato features. So how do i remove lyrics and/or static from a track?
You need a high end audio mastering suite to really do pro quality digital editing. We use Nuendo and WaveLab and then TripleDAT on occasion for some serious audio restoration. It ain't cheap stuff either.
Make your soundtrack sound streaming if you plan on syncing to any animations whatsover...you can utilize events too, but they often don't sync when flash skips frames to keep the streaming layer on track and in time.
Last edited by DFWStudios; 04-16-2003 at 10:53 PM.