It doesn’t matter which way round the sounds are. You can link /d/ to /t/ or /t/ to /d/.
To my ear, it sounds like
It doesn’t matter which way around the sounds are ...
I guess I understand the meaning of it as a whole sentence, which is, both orders
a to b and
b to a are acceptable and understandable.
I am just not familiar with the usage "way round" or "way around"
Ngram Viewer shows both are common, the actual use in first pages don't convey ideas similar to the one above.
Could someone help me on this?