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I’ve just discovered FMod and tried some developing and I have to say, this is one of the finest audio-engines around (and believe me I tried a lot).

Just the thing I need for a project that’s been lingering around in my mind for quite some time now.

So… keep up the good work!!!

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Thanks! Not often we get kudos, just bug reports or questions :)

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๐Ÿ˜€

I used B*ss before, but I just like the flexibility and functions in FMOD so much more. Now I can build stuff the way I think it should be, instead of having to redesign my app (‘though this may be lack of skills on my side…;-). Anyway, FMOD seems to be more my kind of tool.

Are there any professional audio-app developers that are using FMOD? I saw m-audio in the list…

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[quote="brett":47vz7syt]Thanks! Not often we get kudos, just bug reports or questions :)[/quote:47vz7syt]

Ok.. guilty.. ๐Ÿ˜ณ
But I’m really glad I changed our code from using xxxxx.
FMOD Ex usually does things the way I expect it to. :)
So. Kudos!

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Hehe … joining too.
We switched from fmod 3 to fmod ex in our new project. Everything is very very much better now.. Getting rid of DSound was a good choice. ๐Ÿ˜€

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