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Hello, is there an open source music player script for looped playback of ten-second sounds from the UUIDs in config notecard or script itself? like a boombox script, but not with a bunch of sounds in the content, I need not whole songs but short loops,  "best" selected looped moments. so that users can add their own "song loops". And with any way to switch to the next track. If menu - just perfect! 

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Yes. Also sound files are 9.9 seconds max and not ten.

llLoopSound(uuid of the sound file, which is clearly shown in the LSL wiki, 1.0);

Also you are expected after the amount of posts you have left to ACTUALLY make an effort to write a script rather than keep asking for others to do it for you. This page is for people who want to learn LSL or want find better solutions. I suggest you get very bored and read through the LSL wiki.

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1 hour ago, Wulfie Reanimator said:

Look into the Scripting Library here on the forum. I recently posted my open-source music player there. It uses notecards with UUIDs and has lots of chat commands. It also includes auto-playing the next notecard when a song ends.

Wow! I guess its this  script?

Yes, thank you. Excellent script! the player is definitely awesome! but I meant something different. how can I explain this ... I do not need to play entire songs, but only looped playback of a 10 second loop. let's say I like a certain moment (10 sec.) of the song, I just cut it out. Yes, it is somewhat monotonous, but I like this idea and I can always switch to another loop.

Is it possible to do the following? I put the script in the object, well, let the list of UUIDs be in the script itself, and I just click and switch to the next UUID if I do not like it or tired of the moment? I think 5-10 loops will be enough.

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