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Hello! I want to play one mp3 on a soundcard and other mp3 on other soundcard. Actually I load 2 dll (fmod.dll and fmod2.dll) because loading the same dll didn’t work. There are other way most “elegant” to do this?? Thanks!

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That’s about as elegant as you are going to get with the current version of FMOD. It was only designed to handle one soundcard.

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Any other suggestions for playing on mulitple devices? I have
a project that requires playback of sound on up to three sound
devices at once – and suggestions ?

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I would probably create a COM object (or OLE Automation object) that encapsulates the fmod.dll, such that instanciating more than one of the objects gets you an implicit copy of the fmod.dll.

It might be hard forcing Windows to load a DLL twice, or even impossible. Perhaps the COM object could automatically copy fmod.dll to say fmod_0001.dll or something.

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:) Well, implementing a com object with multiple dll’s work if
the dll is copied to multiple file. Not exactly standard practice,
but a least it allows me to use the FMob lib.

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Another solution read it at: http://52.88.2.202/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1145

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