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I’m an awsome newbie coding .NET and fmod and if it’s coming to buffers and so on, it’s still a secret book for me.
What I want is simple: Modify the record-example to record more than 5 secs of .wav-sound. I would like to record unlimited .wav, until I press the “Stop” button.
Can you point me to an example or show some code how to do this with C# or VB or something like that?

Thank you very much!
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Thank you for your answer. So far, my (not working) idea was, first to write the wav-headers and then continuously the recorded data. The problem is, that in the wav-headers i have to determine the file-length, so no matter what i record, it will always be 5 secs only or whatever sound.getlength will return (that is what i have to determine within the exinfo.length, unfortunately before starting to record, so the length of my record is fixed before starting) – what do i think wrong here? ~
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Wohooooo I made it 😀
Thanx for your help, I did it in another way, but your input gave me some direction ~

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