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Best way is to use DirectX, OpenAL or other sound libary, Opengl Dosn''t support any form of sound. it is graphics only. Look around, there are plenty of options, if you want a more detailed list of options do a search on the forums.

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OpenAL is great since you are already used to OpenGL. It is very similar in its structure.

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quote:
Original post by MindCode
Ya, I suggest OpenAL too. If your a GCC user you can get the ports on my website www.geocities.com/fragtheplanet.




Thanks!!
I was just looking for libraries for mingw!!

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I don''t know if this is because of your libalut, but when I try to use alutLoadWAVFile, I get linking time errors:

C:/MINGW/BIN/../lib/gcc-lib/mingw32/3.2/../../../libalut.a(alut.o.b)(.text+0x57):alut.c: undefined reference to `_imp__alcGetCurrentContext''
C:/MINGW/BIN/../lib/gcc-lib/mingw32/3.2/../../../libalut.a(alut.o.b)(.text+0x67):alut.c: undefined reference to `_imp__alcGetContextsDevice''

But I cope without alut, because I use vorbisfile anyway to load sound effects.

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