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musicformedia says

Hi guys, I asked this question over at flashden aswell

Just wondering if you guys have anything specific that you would like to see in a sound pack for websites. I am thinking on putting in

audio logos audio transition click sounds true/false sounds high tech sounds whooshes screen breaking sound jangling of coins kerching sound of register

Any other things you would like to see?

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mads says

In my experience, it is generally not a good idea to use sound on the web, at least not without notifying the user first. It is also almost impossible to embed sound on a website without the use of flash. Flash people might like it, but I prefer standards-based web design.

It might be a huge success on FlashDen though, keep working :)

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