Hi, I’m trying to look through the fmod sample and deceifer what the osccallback and a few other functions do and having a little bit of difficulty. I think it’s maybe almost clicking in my head but if there is anything written in a kinda step by step way of what the function is doing I would find that really helpful. Little bits here and there confuse me, mainly what is actually inside the buffer and the fact that it’s in stereo and gets mixed down somehow. Do I need to read up on the format of PCM data or something and where would be a good place to get some info? The fact that there’s some win32 drawing code in places doesn’t help me either as I’m only just starting to look at win32 as well.
- identitycrisisuk asked 13 years ago
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