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comment Crossfade Between Two Music Tracks in Pygame
@Schoolboy Yes, I did so before I knew that was bad, got away with it, and had it work out rather usefully. All the answers on both sites contributed into me finally solving my problem, so it worked out great.
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Nov
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comment What's the difference between Pygame's Sound and Music classes?
So you are saying that I can manually, reliably, artificially limit how many channels are used, and thus prevent my problem?
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comment What's the difference between Pygame's Sound and Music classes?
A special scenario I am in suggests that I may need to use Sound to play my music. My concern is that it may cause my music to become unreliable due to non-guaranteed channels. Do you think this is a problem?
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comment Crossfade Between Two Music Tracks in Pygame
Is it also possible to start from a given manual position using this method?
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comment Crossfade Between Two Music Tracks in Pygame
Unfortunately, there is no "start" or "end" to the pieces - they must loop indefinitely, and when one piece fades in, it must resume at the same place that the other piece stopped at, making a seamless transition.
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