You will be able to modify a Sound using Audacity
You will be able to add Sound to an Animation
You will be able to use a Symbol created in another file.
VIP Tech issue: Sound must be imported after frame two or it won't work!
Read: Chapter 11 and do the exercises at the end of each chapter.
Watch: Sound Tutorial
Post: Two interesting Sounds on Canvas under the Discussion Board under Sounds. You should also look for different sounds to use for future assignments.Post: Ad assignment on your Webspace on E-commerce and link the file to your homework page.
Canvas doesn't have the same sound controls as ActionScript 3.0. You can start a sound but not stop until it is over like you can do with ActionScript setting.
Exporting as an .MP4 (or .mov) requires you to stream the audio in the animation instead of the event setting.
Flash Stores Sounds in the library
Use Google to search for Sound Files (beware of viruses and copyright issues.)
TV Tunes has some great sounds!
You may also want to try Partners in rhyme
Go to Download.com and search for Audio Editors
Do a search on the C drive for WAV files!
We will use Audacity (free) for a Sound Editor and Windows XP Shutdown.wav for the file to edit
Can't afford Flash try Swish
Silverlight - Microsoft's answer to Flash
WAV (Windows only)
AIFF (Macintosh only)
MP3 (Windows or Macintosh)
If you have QuickTime 4 or later installed on your system, you can import these additional sound file formats:
AIFF (Windows or Macintosh)
Sound Designer II (Macintosh only)
Sound Only QuickTime Movies (Windows or Macintosh)
Sun AU (Windows or Macintosh)
System 7 Sounds (Macintosh only)
WAV (Windows or Macintosh)