Working with sound
Flash Player 9 and later, Adobe AIR 1.0 and
is made for immersive, interactive applications—and one often overlooked
element of powerfully immersive applications is sound. You can add sound
effects to a video game, audio feedback to an application user interface, or
even make a program that analyzes mp3 files loaded over the Internet,
with sound at the core of the application.
You can load external audio files and work with audio that’s
embedded in a SWF. You can control the audio, create visual representations
of the sound information, and capture sound from a user’s microphone.