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Hi, this is probably in the wrong forum, but, does anyone know where I''d get tutorials on soundcard programming (preferably C/C++), and on how to play notes, (probably an assembly file )

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Since you''re talking specific (soundblaster) and assuming assembler I guess you mean DOS.

For resources go here and type soundblaster in the searchbox (left side, scroll down). There is also a soundblaster library here (Toward the bottom of the page).

If you want to do sound in windows then you''ll want to pick an API, either go here and search for "MCI" (standard windows sound, not the best for games) or search for "DirectX"->"Sound". You can also look at OpenAL and SDL (SDL does a number of things, you''ll want to look at the sound specific documentation)

BTW: Don''t crosspost

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