m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Oct 28 09:28:32 EDT 2012
Reading the other mails, my guess is that some sample information is missing form the original file and when you save it with e.g. QT 7 or Audacity, this information is added.
I believe you need an external if you want to control the devices's sound volume on an iOS device.
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On 27 okt 2012, at 04:59, Mark Smith wrote:
> Mark Schonewille-3 wrote
>> Here's a direct link to the file http://qery.us/2m9
> Hi Mark, interesting problem with this file. First, I have a similar aiff
> file called shortbeep which I use for "error" keys and inputs, and it works
> fine. I was sent 3 different versions of tock.aiff and I can't get any of
> them to work. All are 9k aiff files, they all make the tock sound when
> played in iTunes, but when I replace shortbeep.aiff with tock.aiff in the LC
> app, I don't get any sound at all. Any ideas? (I'm using the same code for
> both sounds, but only shortbeep makes a sound).
> -- Mark
> PS is there anyway to adjust the volume of a sound through script control?
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