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Hay alguna forma de utilizar dos targetas de sonido simultaneamente?
Inicializar dos targetas de sonido

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Whatever … am not getting into this

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[quote="XMinioNX":1xsyp72w]damn, this forum has some racist ass people man[/quote:1xsyp72w]

Racism?
For if they didn’t notice it I live in Argentina, and for if they don’t know it in Argentina the language it is Spanish.
I believe that my poor domain should be noticed in the english language.
To me it would be easier to write in spanish, but I have to learn english so that we can communicate all in oneself language.
With that point of view the answer to its question could be in french, german or any other language (notices you that the members of this forum come from different countries).
Lastly, like sample of good will, if to you it is very complicated to understand my answer in english, I left my mail address for any question in spanish language. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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๐Ÿ˜€ I request pardon to speak to this forum in Spanish in the successive thing I will do it in English, I believe that generedo is had an unnecessary controversy. In aim we are all friends and we speak in English.

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Cargando dos instancias de FMOD.dll en la memoria, y usando cada una para una targeta diferente

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Como seria el codigo para cargar dos instancias?

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In this forum only speak english.
Make a copy of fmod.dll named fmod2.dll. Make a copy of fmod.bas named fmod2.bas.
In the module fmod2.bas rename all functions. For example:

Public Declare Function FSOUND_SetOutput Lib “fmod.dll” Alias “_FSOUND_SetOutput@4” (ByVal outputtype As FSOUND_OUTPUTTYPES) As Byte

to

Public Declare Function FSOUND_SetOutputb Lib “fmod2.dll” Alias “_FSOUND_SetOutput@4” (ByVal outputtype As FSOUND_OUTPUTTYPES) As Byte

Note that in fmod2.bas SetOutput is named SetOutputb and fmod2.dll is named fmod2.dll

Call all function of fmod2.dll with a “b” at finish of function name.

Cualquier duda combesl@hotmail.com

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damn, this forum has some racist ass people man

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[quote="XMinioNX":3qstnqrj]damn, this forum has some racist ass people man[/quote:3qstnqrj]

This is not racism, do you want someone talking in japanese ?
Who will answer him ? You ?
The language of the Internet is the English to allow ourselve to be understable.
If you want to speak in spanish, create a fmod.es forum like the fmod.de wich allready exists for german people.

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If someone comes speaking japanese, let em, if nobody can answer, too bad, but it’s messed up saying “this is english only”
KarLKoX Would you feel good in a place where you go and they say, “this is for English people only”

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In order to give everybody an oportunity to get help with FMOD we need to use a unified language in the forum. It doesnt matter what language you speak, because we’re [u:2ru9j70u]not[/u:2ru9j70u] saying that if you dont speak english you can’t get help. Its just a way to ensure that everyone has an oportunity to read the posts so that people like Brett, who I’m sure doesnt speak Japanese, can respond to your questions.

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[quote="XMinioNX":9i5tt83f]If someone comes speaking japanese, let em, if nobody can answer, too bad, but it’s messed up saying “this is english only”
KarLKoX Would you feel good in a place where you go and they say, “this is for English people only”[/quote:9i5tt83f]

If someone answer me that it is only a english forum (and it allready occured) doesn’t hurt me in anyway.
I am 100 % agree with Paranoid who explained better what i would mean :)

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