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Well,

I just wanted to say that fmod is a great soundengine!
I have been working for half a year on a new audio player and I just recently released the first public beta version([url:sc4mnrdm]http://www.audiowolf.com[/url:sc4mnrdm]).

Anyway there are 2 things I wanted to ask.

First of all I would like your opinion on the beta of audio wolf. Sure I have asked others, but most of them just say something like: “Great work!” or “I like winamp better” and leave it to that. I think you fellow programmers, probably look at it more critical than others.

The second question is about the soundengine. I’d like to experiment with effects and stuff, but i’m pretty new to programming with sound on a lower level, then the most obvious things like play, stop etc.. I’ve been searching a little on how to do it and it seems that DSP is the way to go. But all the sources of information I found seemed to just expect from me to know what DSP is. And frankly I haven’t gotten a clue whatsoever. So perhaps anyone here can explain to me what it is, or a site with a good explanation of it.

Thanks in advance for those who are gonna answer. And many thanks to the creators fmod, for this excellent engine. If I ever get enough money, I’ll be sure to buy a license for fmod, or since I don’t plan on making any money with audio wolf, at least donate some. Unfortunatly we students don’t have much money.

Greetz,
GaboonViper[/url]

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The interface looks nice, I havent downloaded it yet but from the screenshot it looks good. If you want to get into working with FMOD dsp units than I would suggest first to look at the DSP tutorial in the fmod help file, and its also online too. And I have found a website to be quite helpful for me at [url:1oe1xfa0]http://www.dspguru.com[/url:1oe1xfa0] which has their own tutorials and links to others. It took me a while to understand how to use fmod for dsp (digital signal processing) And I mostly use it for digital effects, but you could use it for anything, depending on what you want to do. FMOD Dsp units can also be used to just plot the data coming through the mixbuffer as a graphic oscilloscope. Enjoy the tutorials!

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