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I would like to know about some sites which would give me some (if not a lot) documentation on Multimedia Programming using Win32 DSK calls, basically dealing with Audio (Sound Card functions and stuff like that).

I would be greatful if anyone can help me out wiht this

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You could use the mixer... functions. You'll find documentation for these functions in the "mmedia.hlp" file. With these functions you can do everything that the windows standard sound card mixer can do.
Perhaps this could be a good starting point for the mixer functions: "http://www.wilsonc.demon.co.uk/delphi.htm".
Then for direct sound output you should probably use DirectSound. You can surely download documentations for DirectSound from "www.Microsoft.com". You'll find nice DirectX headers for Delphi on "http://www.bigfoot.com/~ungerik/".

Regards, Madshi.
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