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C++ OpenAL question

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Hey guys, I'm using OpenAL for long time ago and I realized if you apply an effect to a audio source and then you apply another one to another audio source then the effect of both will change to the latest one, is this normal? I think it's a pretty stupid question to be honest but after some search through internet I couldn't get a clear answer. As far as I know, audio effects are handled by current listener zone (I'm not sure about this). Can anyone confirm that statement is right? Thanks in advance.

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