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I have some questions about programming with the Creative Labs AWE32. How do I make the AWE32 send MIDI messages to an external synth and not to the internal one? awe32NoteOn( )  etc. are listed as MIDI functions but seems to only send to the internal synth. (I have the developers pack 3.01)

Also, is there a developers pack that has code to detect what kind of SB card is being used, from SB16 and up?

Thanks in advance!
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Soundblaster (creative labs) has a web site with lots of technical information, programming samples, and sound files.  You might want to check it out.
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I believe

http://www.creaf.com/zonemenu.html

is the address.
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Well guess what, that is the site I downloaded the developers pack from. I did not find relevent info in the documentation, that's why I ask here.
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Sorry, I found tons of useful stuff on their bulletin board for a project years ago.  I assumed that stuff was available on the web site these days.
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q2guo earned 100 total points
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Go to http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/q2guo/sound
You should find the documents there very useful.
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