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I installed the Windows version of the API and Designer, but when I try to add references to the dlls such as fmodex.dll I get an error as attached.

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Take a look at the C# examples in the install directory under examples_csharp.

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I opened this solution in Visual Studio, but it won’t build. Too many unresolved references. I’m using Visual Studio 10 and .net 4. Does this solution build the libraries needed to use fmod in c#?

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I opened them up in vs2010 and did an automatic conversion and everything works for me. Which example are you trying to build? Try building the playsound example.

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I was able to build the playsound and playstream projects. But when I try to add reference to the resulting dll in another project, I get the same error as in the previous screen shot.

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The FMOD dll is written in native code (C++) so it is not a .net DLL. Rather than adding it as a reference, just use our C# wrapper and it will take care of invoking the functions inside the DLL. Just add the FMOD .cs files to your project and drop the FMOD DLL inside your program directory.

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Thanks, the libraries look like C# classes now.

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