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- Subject: Re: sound
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (UEDA masaya)
- Date: Thu, 8 Dec 94 09:38:49 JST
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In article <gisAg8C00iUzM32VdJ@andrew.cmu.edu> Franklin Chang
I'm interested in being able to play simple snd resources from mcl.
I'm sure I could figure out how to do it, but I was just wondering if
anyone out there has done this before, and has some c/lisp code for
You can get a named snd resource and play it synchronously as follows.
? (setq foo (with-pstrs ((snd-name "quack"))
(#_getnamedresource "snd " snd-name)))
#<A Mac Handle to resource 'snd '(5) : Unlocked, Size 2082 #x7984C>
? (unless (%null-ptr-p foo)
(#_SndPlay (%null-ptr) foo nil))
If you want to play it asynchronously, you must allocate a new
sound-channel record. Don't forget to dispose it when you do not need
it any more.
? (setq bar
(rlet ((foo :ptr (%null-ptr)))
(#_SndNewChannel foo #$sampledSynth
#<A Mac Zone Pointer Size 1060 #x1CC250>
? (#_SndPlay bar foo t)
? (#_disposptr bar)
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