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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Experimenting with AS3 SoundMixer ComputeSpectrum

    I followed a few tutorials online on how to use the ComputeSpectrum in AS3 (Flash), where the sounds bit-rate is used to change the values of the vector shapes.

    The following are some two examples playing two sound tracks that I composed some time ago with Reason. They are used to show how different intensities of the music affects the shapes' parameters.

    I experimented with applying different shapes and effects through code to see how well this Class works.

    http://graphicanime.com/testing/flas...m_test_01.html

    http://graphicanime.com/testing/flash_soundTest2.html

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    very interesting. I think an interesting variation of this would be if you had character animations that reacted to the Sound, you, diffrent beats diffrent dance moves etc.

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    Yes, that's right. There are many possibilities. Little by little I've been learning new techniques to build a larger project.

    I've create this intro using the computeSpectrum. This is a Fan Base flash app for Seikima-II, the Japanese metal Band
    http://graphicanime.com/seikima-ii/flash/


    The last flash project I worked on was embedding youtube video. This is a flash app, which features the comic book that I illustrated. It is a comic book adaptation of Jesse Griffith's movie Cockpit:The Rule of Engagement.
    http://graphicanime.com/CockpitTheMOVIE/index.html

    Cheers
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    You really should start developing with the flash debug player, which will alert you when it encounters an error that you've not taken into consideration.

    That last site threw up a few errors and thought it was worth a pointer.

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    Are you talking about Cockpit The Rules of Engagement flash?
    I had that site tested on several people's machines with no errors produced.

    Let me know what errors you found exactly, so I can look in this. Is the error occurring when the embedded youtube link is loaded, or when the web comic loads?
    From what browser are you testing it on?
    Last edited by Greasegirl; 11-27-2011 at 06:21 PM.
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