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How to reset audio on recording start

  • when you talk about toggle between do you want it so every time they tap it switches to the other song? or like do you want it so that they click a button which is the two choices they have then audio starts playing?


    and the second part is going to be a bit difficult ill see what happens after you answer my first response above.

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  • Yeah every time user taps the screen it switches to the other song

    Thank you!

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  • Hi, Justin Melillo

    The toggling part - can be done with a behavior script

    The setup can look like this: 

    What it does? On every user tap it will call the next custom trigger from the list. 

    Next you'll need to set up another behavior script for each of these, where Triggers  is a Custom Trigger (SOUND_1, SOUND_2 ) that will play corresponding sounds. You can use one Audio Component and different audio tracks.

    2. To restart - can just start it again, it should start over. Or modify "position" property of the Audio Component.

    And to find out if the recording has started you can similarly use a behavior script: 

    (Or in a code - check if global.scene.isRecording() == true)

    Behavior script is convenient, but for scenarios like this it might need a lot of behavior script instances to set this up.

    It is always easier to write a script for cases like this. Please see this thread And Audio Component API 

    Let me know if this helps!



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