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Is there such support, if not, is there going to be? What I would like to do is be able to play two (more?) different streams/samples at the same time, each on a seperate sound card.

Again, it may be that i’m just missing something in the manual…

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That sounds easy enough… I guess.

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(I use vb) Am I able to just rename the file, and rename the name of the module and then refer to the functions my the module name, i.e.
[code:ppodb6we]
FModModule1.SetDriver(1);
FModModule2.SetDriver(2);
[/code:ppodb6we]
I suppose I could always try it and see…

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No, you can’t do this way, you must do like Brett say.

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The problem is that when you just copy the files, they both have a reference to the same fmod.dll, and this can be initialized only once.

The easiest way that looks like what you are doing is to copy the fmod module and rename them both as you said, and then perform a search and replace in the second file, replacing fmod.dll by fmod2.dll

Then also copy fmod.dll to fmod2.dll and things should work the way you said.

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