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Unigine::Plugins::FMOD::DSP Class

Header: #include <plugins/UnigineFMOD.h>
Notice
This set of functions is available when the FMOD plugin is loaded.

The Digital Signal Processor transforms input audio signals to an output stream.

DSP Class

Members


void setParameterFloat ( int index, float value ) #

Sets a floating point value for the parameter by its index.

A DSP can have several parameters that can be controlled individually. For example, ECHO DSP's parameters are: DELAY, FEEDBACK, DRYLEVEL, WETLEVEL. See the list of available parameters for various DSP types.

Arguments

  • int index - Parameter index. The parameters are numbered starting from 0.
  • float value - Parameter value.

void setParameterInt ( int index, int value ) #

Sets an integer value for the parameter by its index.

A DSP can have several parameters that can be controlled individually. For example, ECHO DSP's parameters are: DELAY, FEEDBACK, DRYLEVEL, WETLEVEL. See the list of available parameters for various DSP types.

Arguments

  • int index - Parameter index. The parameters are numbered starting from 0.
  • int value - Parameter value.

void release ( ) #

Frees a DSP object.

void releaseFromChannel ( ) #

Auxiliary function, should not be used.
Last update: 2022-03-10
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