Sounds from the Brain/ Printing Messages (VEXcode IQ Blocks Programming)

I was testing the sounds on my Robot Brain and on VEXcode, I put a list of 8 sounds my Robot should play but it only played the first two and the last. Also, when I programmed it to print a message, I didnt see the message appear on the screen of the robot brain.

This video shows how to display information on the IQ Brain screen.

As far as I know, the sounds aren’t blocking commands, that means that if you have them all in a list, the blocks will be executed very quickly and so one sound interrupts the previous one. Try putting a wait between each block to allow the sound to finish playing before the next command is executed:

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Thats not the problem, upon further troubleshooting, I discovered that my brain can only play three sounds… siren, tada and one other sound that i cannot identify…

what do you think could be the problem

nobody will be able to help you farther without your code.

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Did you try it exactly as I did it above?

yes, exactly the same way

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Try to do one sound at a time. If problem persists, schedule a test with an experienced audiologist to debug further. Could be corrupted memory or some other issue with your brains.

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[quote=‚ÄúSnailboticus, post:10, topic:83705‚ÄĚ]
Try to do one sound at a time. If problem persists, schedule a test with an experienced audiologist to debug further. Could be corrupted memory or some other issue with your brains.
[/quote]its a new brain- vex sent it to to me two days ago

from vex? 20 charact

I just recreated your code exactly as you have it above and it seems to work fine.
Can you post a video of what your Brain is doing when you run this code?

This is the VEXCode file I used that recreates your code. Try this too:
VEXcode Project.iqblocks (10.4 KB)

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