Following ScopeCallBack doen’t work anymore since I installed version 3.61
Public Sub Init_DSP()
ReDim ScopeBufferINT(0 To FSOUND_DSP_GetBufferLength) As Integer
ReDim ScopeBufferFPU(0 To FSOUND_DSP_GetBufferLength) As Single
[color=red:3tpxy0l2]ScopeUnit = FSOUND_DSP_Create(AddressOf ScopeCallback, FSOUND_DSP_DEFAULTPRIORITY_USER + 3, 0)[/color:3tpxy0l2]
FSOUND_DSP_SetActive FSOUND_DSP_GetFFTUnit(), True
[color=red:3tpxy0l2]FSOUND_DSP_SetActive ScopeUnit, True[/color:3tpxy0l2]
Public Function ScopeCallback(ByVal originalbuffer As Long, ByVal newbuffer As Long, ByVal Length As Long, ByVal param As Long) As Long
If UseSpectrum = False Then
RealtimeBuf = newbuffer
ScopeCallback = newbuffer
- Anonymous asked 15 years ago
Well, I wrote that callback, what’s wrong with it? It works fine for me, you just need to call the functions that I worte to convert the RealTimeBuff into VB arrays. And also use the STDCALL version of FMOD because you need it to do callbacks in VB.
Thanks for the quick reponse,
Is the latest FMOD version 3.61 (20/12/2002) not compatible with STDCALL version of FMOD (30/11/2002) ?
When I use STDCALL version of FMOD (30/11/2002) it works again.
Next I concluded that the FSOUND_CD_GetTrackLength(drive,track) and FSOUND_CD_GetTrackTime(drive) returns 0 only for the last track on a cd, all the other tracks are working fine.
Best Regards Tony
I concluded that the FSOUND_CD_SetVolume affects the “system CD volume control”, in reality it’s impossible to connect your 2 or more CD devices to 1 system volume control.
Second I only can have access to my default CD device when the parameter “char drive” in “FSOUND_CD_SetVolume(char drive, int volume) is set to “0”.
When I try to set this parameter to “G” or “H” there is no reaction on my CD devices.
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