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 ===== Summary ===== ===== Summary =====
  
-See previous basic tutorials for more info about basic [[object|object creation]], [[clock|clock handling]], [[frame|frames hierarchy]],​ [[anim|animations]] and [[viewport|cameras & viewports]].+See previous basic tutorials for more info about basic [[..:objects:object|object creation]], [[..:clocks:clock|clock handling]], [[..:objects:frame|frames hierarchy]],​ [[..:​animation:​anim|animations]] and [[..:​viewport:​viewport|cameras & viewports]].
  
 This tutorial shows how to play sounds (samples) and musics (streams).\\ This tutorial shows how to play sounds (samples) and musics (streams).\\
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 Same as for the pitch, nothing unusual. Same as for the pitch, nothing unusual.
  
-//NB: We can notice that only our object rotation will be time-consistent (cf. [[clock|clock tutorial]]).\\+//NB: We can notice that only our object rotation will be time-consistent (cf. [[..:clocks:clock|clock tutorial]]).\\
 The music'​s pitch and volume, as well as the object'​s scale will be framerate-dependent,​ which is a bad idea.\\ The music'​s pitch and volume, as well as the object'​s scale will be framerate-dependent,​ which is a bad idea.\\
 To fix this we'd only need to use the clock'​s DT to ponderate the given values.// To fix this we'd only need to use the clock'​s DT to ponderate the given values.//
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