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Creating a Working Music Playlist?

Asked by 15 days ago
Edited 15 days ago

First of all a missive thank you for taking some time out of your life viewing this query. Without further delay, let's begin!

So I'm currently developing a game and I want to add a music playlist to it. I tried to this myself and it works fine in Studio, but after I published it and tested it out it got kinda bugged. So let me show you what I actually did.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-V4UcEan9PsujDYaemzjs-Zkd0PG3Q4o/view?usp=sharing

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So the above file shows all the things related to sound and music. You may also have noticed there is a script in there. The script is

while true do wait()
    script.Parent:WaitForChild("CoffinDance"):Play()
        wait(script.Parent:WaitForChild("CoffinDance").TimeLength)
    script.Parent:WaitForChild("DoubleBox"):Play()
        wait(script.Parent:WaitForChild("DoubleBox").TimeLength)
    script.Parent:WaitForChild("OkBoomer"):Play()
        wait(script.Parent:WaitForChild("OkBoomer").TimeLength)
    script.Parent:WaitForChild("RainingTacos"):Play()
        wait(script.Parent:WaitForChild("RainingTacos").TimeLength)
end

I just don't know why it's running fine in Studio, but messing up when I publish the game.

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Answered by
Sparks 534 Moderation Voter
14 days ago

I am not sure what "bugged" means, if you could comment with what exactly is bugged that would be helpful. Nevertheless, there is a .Ended event for Sound instances you can use rather than waiting for the timelength. You should also future-proof your code in case you add extra Sounds in the future.

while true do wait()
    --Get all children of playlist folder
    for i,v in pairs(script.Parent:GetChildren()) do 
        --Make sure object is a Sound
        if v:IsA("Sound") then
            --Play sound
            v:Play() 
            --Wait for .Ended event to fire (song ended)
            v.Ended:Wait() 
            --Continue to next sound
        end
    end
end

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