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Any idea what might cause this? I upgraded today from 04.15 and I wasn’t having this problem with that version.

Callstack:
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPI::getInput(int index=0x00000000, FMOD::DSPConnection * * input=0x0013f798) Line 203 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPI::getInput(int index=0x00000000, FMOD::DSPI * * input=0x0013f7a0) Line 1491 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPI::remove() Line 1378 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPI::release(unsigned char freethis=”) Line 1001 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPFilter::release(unsigned char freethis=”) Line 36 + 0xb bytes C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::DSPSoundCard::release(unsigned char freethis=”) Line 85 + 0xb bytes C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::CodecIT::closeInternal() Line 6211 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::CodecIT::closeCallback(FMOD_CODEC_STATE * codec=0x0580b0b8) Line 6444 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::Codec::release() Line 37 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::SoundI::release(unsigned char freethis=”) Line 545 C++
fmodex.dll!FMOD::Sound::release() Line 26 C++
sound2.dll!Sound::Free() Line 93 + 0x13 bytes BASIC
sound2.dll!Sound::Class_Terminate() Line 315 + 0x13 bytes BASIC

It only crashes if I load and then release an .IT file. I also load a .wav sample in this test and play it multiple times and that works fine.
Here’s the specific .IT file I’m loading:
http://luminance.org/f/bgm.it
And here are the flags I’m passing when I load it:
FMOD_SOFTWARE | FMOD_3D | FMOD_CREATESTREAM | FMOD_ACCURATETIME

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Thanks Janus, I’ve reproduced that here and we’re looking to fix it for our next release.

Cheers,

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This bug is not present in v20 (stable branch), but it is present in v23 and i just fixed it for the next release.

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[quote="brett":3o15bzdw]This bug is not present in v20 (stable branch), but it is present in v23 and i just fixed it for the next release.[/quote:3o15bzdw]That’s strange, I kept getting it after I installed v20 to test. Must have not properly overwritten the 23 dll :)

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Will your fix also make midi useable again? cause I always got crashes when stopping+unloading midis with the latest (all?) dev releases?

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yes it is for sequenced formats. These are MOD, S3M, XM, IT, MID.

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