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ravaged1

Has anyone ever made a sound board with autoit?

I didn't find anything in a search.

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BrettF

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AdmiralAlkex

Has anyone ever made a sound board with autoit?

I didn't find anything in a search.

Hello and Welcome to the forum!

Don't think so. Was that all you wanted to know? :) (you could always build your own, it can't be more than 20-30 lines max without fancy graphics or anyhting advanced)

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Bru

Yepp..

Simply using play sound.

Could make your own sound board :)


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ravaged1

Yepp..

Simply using play sound.

Could make your own sound board :)

Would that open media player each time?

What exactly do you mean by soundboard?

BrettF,

A sound board that I'm talking about here is a GUI interface with pictures, icons and/or the text phrase with buttons to play custom sound drops.

My brother does some Dj work on the side and he gets a kick out of it when I play .wav drops/bits (big fun at party's) I'm thinking if I make him a sound board he could find the sounds fast, other wise hes just not as fast as me. (I wouldn't mind being faster at it either)

You can check some out here. http://www.soundboards.com/

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BrettF

Hi,

Check out BASS.dll it can play a wide range of files.

Take a look at Koda (in full version of SciTE, see my sig) for creating your GUI.

You may also want to look at arrays.

Once you've got something together (your GUI), come back here and post your script, so we can work on the second step.

Cheers,

Brett

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AdmiralAlkex

You could also use Sound.au3 (see sound management in the helpfile), but it is not as advanced as BASS and doens't have as many (useful) codec's "out of the box".

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