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OS (e.g. Win10):
PsychoPy version (e.g. 1.83.x):
I have two sound files (sound_3 and sound_4) to be presented in a same routine. I want the Sound_4 to start only after sound_3 has finished playing. Sound_3 files are varying in lengths so I cant setup a fixed starting time for Sound_4. Note, there are also two images on the screen.
I used the ‘sound_3.getDuration()’ at the stop duration(s) of ‘sound_3’ and used ‘$sound_3.status==FINISHED’ at the start time(s) of ‘sound_4’. This part seems to work. However, when I added the mouse component and code-component this seem to disturb this organization(I noticed that the sound_4 did not get played).
I wanted the ‘mouse_2’ component to start (i.e., I want the RT window to start) after the ‘sound_3’ is finished. Therefore, I set up a ‘sound_4.getDuration()’ at the stop duration(s) of ‘sound_4’ and used ‘$sound_4.status==FINISHED’ at the start time(s) of ‘mouse_2’.
The mouse click on one of the images ends the trial (which I wanted). At the moment it still ends the trial but the RT is too high, which suggest that the mouse is activated even before the end of sound_4. Furthermore, I observed that if I click the mouse even before the sound_4 has started, it ends the trial, which, confirms the problem with starting of the mouse component.
How to fix this so the mouse gets started after completion of sound_4?
Any help is appreciated