You can do this with FMOD 3.74 or FMOD-EX, but it’s probably a bit easier in FMOD-EX.
You could take advantage of the new WavWriter, or–if you know how to build a WAV header–use the ReadData function and write the PCM data to disk. I use the latter method in my application.
[Note–I’m only assuming the WavWriter prepares the file header, because I haven’t played with it yet.]
If you need more specific code examples for FMOD 3.74, try a “VB WAV” search at this site; there are a few good posts on this topic already.
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