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added: 22-Feb-2001
Can you imagine a Kung Fu film with no sound? The hyper-realistic foley effects of martial arts films have become second nature to us. This FlashSound demo page shows you an example of how you can use Flash to add interactive audio to an ordinary HTML Kung Fu web page page. 95% of the average users can hear this page and you don't need to create a Flash and non-Flash version of the site.

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added: 22-Feb-2001
After creating a "sound only" swf, you can begin to code a web page for sound. Coding with the FlashSound API typically has four steps: 1. Source in flashsound.js javascript library 2. Create a FlashSound instance. 3.. Embed your swf. 4. Play/Stop sounds with Javascript link events

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added: 21-Jan-2001
Part 1 of this series about Flash Interactive Sound Design details a common technique for preparing Flash sound for interactivity using specially constructed "sound only" timelines. This technique works in every relevant version of the Flash player and is controllable by both Flash graphics-based Actionscript and the HTML-friendly FlashSound Javascript API.

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added: 9-Mar-2001
This tutorial examines the impact Flash sync options have on interactive sound playback behavior. It is important to consider how a sync option will effect your presentation or better yet, which sync option is best for your interactive design.

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added: 12-Jan-2001
The full FlashSound API and technical documentation. The API is custom Javascript class for streamlining issues related to using Javascript to control "sound only" swf loaded using an embeded Flash player.

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added: 16-Apr-2001
In this column we'll explain the role of Flash to create sound files for the Web (SWF files), and what is the structure of this SWF file. We'll introduce the FlashSound JavaScript API. We'll show you a step-by-step recipe for sonifying links in your Web pages. We'll present three example SWF tracks that you can play around with.

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added: 9-Mar-2001
The FlashSound Actionscript extension extends the core capabilities of the FlashSound API to support direct interaction with Actionscript within a swf. A developer can use the Actionscript extension to enable FSCommands, get and set flash variables or movie clip properties and execute actionscript directly with the TCall( ) method.

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added: 4-Sep-2001
Have you ever wanted to add interactive sound and backing music to a Web site but were unable to use Flash because you didn't require Flash for the visual presentation? Now there's a new way to "sonify" Web sites-the FlashSound Javascript API.

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