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How to play music in the background?

 
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Hello. I'm making some small, console, text game, and I want to play music (in MP3 format) in the background. Is it possible?



If I need some special libs, what libs do I need, and how to use them (other source of information than documentation).
Greets, Kacper.
 
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The tools you are looking for is the Java Sound API. The web is full of examples and tutorials on the subject, so it shouldn't be hard to find info.
 
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