Before you can explore sounds in your Android games, you need to find some to use. Android supports a variety of sound formats, the most popular of which are
.mid. Personally, I prefer to use an MP3 file for small sound effects, like explosions, and MIDI files for musical scores. This is a common practice to keep file sizes to a minimum while also using the popular file choices. If you have sounds in other file formats, you can visit Android’s list of accepted media formats here:
Of special interest to some who have a passion for audio and music is the Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) support that Android provides. FLAC is a format that is ...