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add new sound to next scene

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I'm using as3 and I have sound running using the page below. When it finishes it goes to the next scene. Is there anyway I can change the sound on the next page without repeating all the code with next functions etc... It also has stop, rewind and a next and previous button.
import flash.media.Sound;
import flash.net.URLRequest;
import flash.media.SoundChannel;
import flash.events.MouseEvent;
import flash.media.SoundTransform;

//btn_stop.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, stopScene);

var myChannel:SoundChannel = new SoundChannel();
var soundReq:URLRequest = new URLRequest("test_05.mp3");
var mySound:Sound = new Sound();
mySound.load(soundReq);
 
mySound.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, onComplete);

function onComplete (event:Event):void {
      var myChannel:SoundChannel = new SoundChannel();
      myChannel = mySound.play();
      myChannel.addEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, soundFinished);
}
 
function soundFinished (event:Event):void {
      myChannel.addEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, soundFinished);
      trace("my sound finished!");
	  gotoAndPlay(2, "Scene 2"); 
} 

var myTransform = new SoundTransform();
var lastPosition:Number = 0;
//myChannel = mySound.play();
myTransform.volume = 0.5;
myChannel.soundTransform = myTransform;

btn_rewind.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickPlay);

function onClickPlay(e:MouseEvent):void{
	myChannel.stop();
	myChannel = mySound.play();
	myTransform.volume = 0.5;
}

btn_mute.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickMuteOn);
function onClickMuteOn(e:MouseEvent):void{
	lastPosition = myChannel.position;
	myChannel.stop();
}

btn_playsound.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickMuteOff);
function onClickMuteOff(e:MouseEvent):void{
		myChannel = mySound.play(lastPosition);
}

btn_back.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goBack);
btn_next.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goForward);

function goBack(event:MouseEvent):void {
    prevScene();
}

function goForward(event:MouseEvent):void {
    nextScene();
}

function stopScene(event:MouseEvent):void {
    stop();
}

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Question by:designaire
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dgofman earned 250 total points
ID: 35160709
The best way to create AS3 Singelton class

package
{
	import flash.events.Event;
	import flash.events.EventDispatcher;
	import flash.media.Sound;
	import flash.media.SoundChannel;
	import flash.net.URLRequest;
	import flash.media.SoundTransform;

	public class SoundClass extends EventDispatcher
	{
		private static var _instance:SoundClass;

		private var myChannel:SoundChannel;
		private var mySound:Sound;
		private var myTransform:SoundTransform;
		private var lastPosition:Number;

		/*private*/ function SoundClass(){
			myChannel = new SoundChannel();
			myTransform = new SoundTransform();
			myTransform.volume = 0.5;
			myChannel.soundTransform = myTransform;
			mySound = new Sound();
			mySound.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, play);
		}
		
		public static function get instance():SoundClass{
			if(_instance == null)
				_instance = new SoundClass();
			return _instance;
		}

		public function load(url:String):void{
			var soundReq:URLRequest = new URLRequest(url);
			lastPosition = 0;
			mySound.load(soundReq);
		}

		public function play(event:Event=null):void {
			myChannel = mySound.play(lastPosition);
			myChannel.addEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, soundFinished);
		}
		
		public function stop():void{
			lastPosition = myChannel.position;
			myChannel.stop();
		}

		public function set volume(volume:Number):void{
			myTransform.volume = volume;
		}

		public function soundFinished (event:Event):void {
			myChannel.removeEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, soundFinished);
			dispatchEvent(event);
		}
	}
}

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Now you need just use any places in your code

import SoundClass;

import flash.events.MouseEvent;

SoundClass.instance.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, soundFinished);
SoundClass.instance.load("http://examples.adobe.com/flex2/inproduct/sdk/explorer/effects/assets/jazz.mp3");

function soundFinished (event:Event):void {
      SoundClass.instance.removeEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, soundFinished);
      trace("my sound finished!");
	  gotoAndPlay(2, "Scene 2"); 
} 

function onClickPlay(e:MouseEvent):void{
	SoundClass.instance.stop();
	SoundClass.instance.play();
	SoundClass.instance.volume = 0.5;
}

function onClickMuteOn(e:MouseEvent):void{
	SoundClass.instance.stop();
}

function onClickMuteOff(e:MouseEvent):void{
	SoundClass.instance.play();
}

btn_rewind.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickPlay);
btn_mute.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickMuteOn);
btn_playsound.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClickMuteOff);
btn_back.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goBack);
btn_next.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goForward);

function goBack(event:MouseEvent):void {
    prevScene();
}

function goForward(event:MouseEvent):void {
    nextScene();
}

function stopScene(event:MouseEvent):void {
    stop();
} 

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by:designaire
ID: 35161471
Thanks I wish I could understand it all. I know something about classes but perhaps not enough. The rewind button and the continue to the next button didn't seem to work however. I'll look at it more tormorrow and if you see anything that would cause that let me know (I will award you points reguardless)
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Expert Comment

by:dgofman
ID: 35171152
Hi designaire,
Do you need my help or you can close this question?
Thanks,
David
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Author Closing Comment

by:designaire
ID: 35172615
Thanks, I'll work on it! I'll post again if I need it.
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