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if that's not the case, i play instruments, and would be willing to give some links that i have for music in general. if i have completely missed your post, and, you need help configuring an audio device, i.e. sound card, just say the word, and i'll try and help w/that. hope there is something here that helps.
thanks a lot for replying me
infact i wanted to create some polyphonic audio for mobile phone and i have tools available but the problem is that i dont know what are these things like chords and db etc. so i want to learn them
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i'll try to answer this as best i can, but the link i'll provide at the end may be of much more use to you. chords are formed from notes, a single note, say a, for instance byitself, can be played, or the chord a, can be played with a set of notes, that include the note e, the note a, and the note c#. a music lesson could get in depth, i'll just provide a link for your deciphering