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Hi,

i am having no look with adding sound into my application.
this is the code i have so far.

public void mousePressed(MouseEvent event)
{
Object source = event.getSource();
if (source == comparelsbuttons[0])
{ System.out.println("mpsd comparelsbuttons[0]");
earlyactivitiescount++;
comparelsbuttons[0].removeMouseListener(this);
WellDoneSound();
}
}


public void WellDoneSound()
{
System.out.println("In welldonesound 1");
try
{
System.out.println("In welldonesound 2");
URL welldoneurl = new URL("file://C:/Java/FYP/sounds/welcome.wav");
AudioClip welldoneclip = JApplet.newAudioClip(welldoneurl);
welldoneclip.play();
}
catch (MalformedURLException e){System.err.println(e.getMessage());}
}

the application is compiling and running correctly.
the sound file is functioning correctly both on its own and in another tester application!
any ideas???????

thank you



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Question by:Codster
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Whats the sample rate of your wav file?
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by:Codster
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i havent got a clue? where will i find that?
Thank you
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