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To obtain these, one has to view the Sounds tab of a [[sprite]]/[[stage]] and select the Import button. The user will be able to import sounds from their desktop or varying locations, including a sound library that comes with [[Scratch]].
 
To obtain these, one has to view the Sounds tab of a [[sprite]]/[[stage]] and select the Import button. The user will be able to import sounds from their desktop or varying locations, including a sound library that comes with [[Scratch]].
  
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===Notes===
 
===Notes===

Revision as of 18:34, 25 April 2012

This article is about sounds in the Scratch Program. For other uses, see Sound Blocks.

A sound is an item that can be played in a Scratch project, available by importing or using from Scratch's sound library. Sounds are played by using the Sound Blocks, which control a sound's volume, tempo and so on forth.

Sounds and notes

All noises played in a project divide into two types:

Sounds can be managed in the Sounds Tab.

Sounds

These are the items that are available only be importing or by summoning. These can be visited in the Sounds tab, where imported sounds can be played, imported, and deleted. The following blocks control the playing of these sounds:

Notes

These are not the same as the sounds mentioned before - they are not imported and are accessed easily from seven blocks. They are as fol

Notes can be controlled with a variety of blocks.

lows:

Accessibility

Sounds

To obtain these, one has to view the Sounds tab of a sprite/stage and select the Import button. The user will be able to import sounds from their desktop or varying locations, including a sound library that comes with Scratch.

Note Note: When a Dolby Surround Stereo audio file is converted to mono due to Scratch's Sound Limitations, The surround effect will be silenced instead.

Notes

These are available, even when the blocks that control them are not in use. They can be used simply by dragging out the wanted blocks and by activating them. Notes and their blocks cannot be deleted.

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