i use flash pro cs6 with multiple scenes just because its alot more organised and less confusing, more easily accessed and easily differentiated. i have finished my project and would like to add an audio that plays throughout the whole animation from the first scene to the very last scene. i am thinking that i have to combine all the scenes together for the audio to be played through?? any other suggestions that sound much more realistic than mine, please help. Thank you!
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Look into using the Sound class to load the sound dynamically.
Scenes are actually a less desirable way to go, especially if the design involves navigation between them. They are a dinosaur that Flash doesn't seem to want to shake, though I guess they can be useful for linear animations/animators.
When you compile the swf, all of the scenes are combined into one timeline. If you want to keep things organized neatly, try using one timeline and have your different sections as movieclips that you either line up along the timeline or whose visibility you control (or both)