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"Play back" then simply depends on the "player" having a proper interface; i.e. the same one for real-time playing and historical.

In real-time, you add to a concurrent queue (enque / dequeue) AND a concurrent serial log (append). The real-time "playing" uses the "real-time" queue.

In play-back, you load what you want to the "play-back" queue (a reference) from the serial log, and a new instance of the player runs off of that.
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