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From: Ian.Lloyd@nationwide.co.uk
Date: Sep 17, 2002 6:47AM


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I am after any help/advice about use of audio in applications. For example,
are there any standard conventions for sounds to use for events such as:

* correct
* incorrect
* forward, back, up, down

and so on.

Or is it more a case of - nice sounds for nice things, as long as you
explain them first?

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Ian Lloyd, Electronic Channels
Nationwide Building Society

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