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Well, I finally managed to get my program to work.

I’m going to see if I can encapsulate sample loading/playing/unloading functionality into a class so that I can then just construct and destroy the classes and create/play chords by doing that.

It will be easy. I managed to get the C Major chord by playing PianoC3, PianoE3, PianoG3 WAV files simultaneously. It was awesome. So glad I finally got it working.

I know what caused the problem. I was using the wrong version of FMODCE.DLL on my iPAQ in the \Windows directory, and I was also using the wrong version of FMODCE.LIB in my project. So in hindsight I’ll make sure I use the right version. I’m now using the latest ARM version.

Now…I’ve got one last problem. The program doesn’t seem to close for some reason. I click the (X) at the top-right corner, and the window disappears but alas the program does not close correctly. I have to go into the Settings/Memory and kill the program manually. I think I might have something in the main window callback procedure.

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No need for such complicated appliances
Just set MinimizBox (or was it MinimizeButton) property of your form to false and X will become OK which terminates application normally instead of minimizing it.

Good luck

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