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System::setSpeakerMode, in the docs it says that you can only call this before fmod::init. How would I be able to change the speaker mode from mono to stereo or vice versa after I have already initialised FMOD. Would I have to shut it down and initialise it again? Or is there an easier way?

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You have to shut fmod down and start it again. There are too many buffers and memory allocations reliant on the speaker mode to just have it change at runtime.

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Is there any possibility of a change to this shutting and restarting of fmod just to change the speaker mode, in future versions of FMOD. Just seems a bit strange, that I have to shutdown the fmod system and restart it again.

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Not sure what you are trying to do, but you could fake mono, by adding a dsp that takes the left and right and averages them (using correct method).

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As i said before, no, it isnt possible and its too ingrained into the internals to be able to change it at run time.

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Hi,

So is there a way to simulate mono? I am pretty new in sound area and Fmod. I am going to do some research on DSP… But please tell me if there are better solutions. Thank you~

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All you would need to do is use createDSP and specify a callback (there is an example which shows how to do this), then take the average of the left and right channel (assuming your speakermode is stereo) then simply write back that average, to the left and right channel again.

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