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How can i save a mp3 or wav file to hard disk??Please Help me.

Thanks.

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I am also interrested in saving samples to the disk in wav or mp3 format. I hunted through the FMOD funtion definitions and didn’t see anything. It doesn’t appear that FMOD currently has this capability. If it does, I would like to know about it. If it doesn’t, perhaps we can persuade Brett to make it happen?

-Chris

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[quote="brett":2gwe1fbm]in what format? I dont understand. If you have an mp3 it is already on your harddisk.[/quote:2gwe1fbm]

I think that they want to save files mixed… not only one mp3 file.

music01 + music02 -> music

cmstein

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Just lock the two samples, mix ’em together, and write the mixed one to disk, or play it back. Or something. You lazy bums, FMod is an audio library, not a wave editor! 😛

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I am not trying to use fmod as an audio processor. That would be silly.

I would like to save samples that get recorded during sessions of my program.

I am writing a sampler that interfaces with an electronic footswitch system, in order to provide quick instrumental backup riffs for the purpose of songwriting. The idea is to be able to play and record (especially duplex) instrumental riffs on the fly… during the song, in fact. Hopefully even while the inspiration is still fresh.

Concievably one might like to save the samples after such a session, although the project would be useful even without this.

FMOD has record/playback and duplexing capabilities (under win32), but no saving capabilitities. That is the only missing piece.

Regards,
Chris

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Or you can check my simple example here :

http://starnetasso.free.fr/Upload/Encoder.zip

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