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3D Game Development with Microsoft Silverlight 3 Beginner's Guide by Gastón C. Hillar

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Time for action—reproducing music

Great games have appealing background music. Now, we are going to search and add background music to our game:

Tip

As with other digital content, sound and music have a copyright owner and a license. Hence, we must be very careful when downloading sound and music for our games. We must read licenses before deploying our games with these digital contents embedded.

  1. One of the 3D digital artists found a very cool electro music sample for reproduction as background music. You have to pay to use it. However, you can download a free demo (Distorted velocity. 1) from http://www.musicmediatracks.com /music/Style/Electro/. Save the downloaded MP3 file (distorted_velocity._1.mp3) in the previously created media folder (

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