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    Angry Syncing sound not supported, tho its written in Sun's tutorials?!

    Im a bit upset right now.
    I'v read through pages of suns tutorials about how to deal with sound.
    Then after some pages, I realise they do not show you how to deal with mixers, they only say that "This is how you get a mixer" and "This is how you get a line", They say nothing about connecting them!

    So anyways, I need to know how to sync multiple sounds together.
    And play one sound multiple times, sometimes even while it is playing already.

    I'v tried with the code here, to make threads that should run the process, but it still waits til the Thread is done until it plays another sound!

    Whats wrong and do you know how to REALLY sync and play multiple sounds?

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    Bah!
    I had to create my own way of making that possible.
    Suns tutorials really suck for being REAL tutorials..

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    Awsome! This is excacly what I was looking for earlier!
    Something that could simplify my programming of sound effects!
    Thanks :D

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