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Hello,

I am a music composer with Windows XP Home ed. I d/led the 32 bit
version of FMOD Ex and when installing, allowed for the option for FMOD to put an icon in my programs menu. I don’t see it anywhere and can’t find an execution file to start the program. I have no programming experience. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

A Feazelle

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[quote="andrew feazelle":3nymk8uz]Hello,

I am a music composer with Windows XP Home ed. I d/led the 32 bit
version of FMOD Ex and when installing, allowed for the option for FMOD to put an icon in my programs menu. I don’t see it anywhere and can’t find an execution file to start the program. I have no programming experience. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

A Feazelle[/quote:3nymk8uz]

FMOD is not composing software. it’s sound library for development games and other software, where need easy using sound system.

it’s just DLL, but not executable. 😀

sorry for my bad english 😳

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[quote="andrew feazelle":1lzszsgu]Hello,

I am a music composer with Windows XP Home ed. I d/led the 32 bit
version of FMOD Ex and when installing, allowed for the option for FMOD to put an icon in my programs menu. I don’t see it anywhere and can’t find an execution file to start the program. I have no programming experience. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

A Feazelle[/quote:1lzszsgu]

Fmod is a sound library, not music editing software. Maybe what you are looking for is a Tracker?

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Oh Ok! I thought i could experiment with interactive music with it. Mabee I’ll try ISACT – I’ve seen that demoed before.

Thanks everyone,

A Feazelle

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Yeah – I have my own music composing software/hardware. What I was looking for was a program that I could drop my wav, aiff, ogg, mp3 etc files into and have the program do cross fades or turn on and off multiple streams of music to create interactive demos.

Also was looking for something I could attach via a programer to an Unreal Engine and experiment with triggering and such.

I’ve seen ISACT do this before, but wasn’t sure if FMOD was similar or not.

Thanks

A Fez

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Thanks Brett,

I’ll check it out

A Fez

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