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The mixer services provide functions for determining the number of mixer devices present in the system and the capabilities of the devices. You can also use a mixer services function to determine the device identifier for a mixer device.
You can use the mixerGetNumDevsfunction to determine how many mixer devices are present in the system. Mixer devices are identified by a device identifier. Device identifiers are determined implicitly from the number of devices present in a given system. They range from zero through one less than the number of devices present.
Before using a mixer device, you must determine its capabilities. Audio capabilities can vary from one multimedia computer to another, so applications need to work with a variety of audio hardware.
You can use the mixerGetDevCapsfunction to determine the capabilities of mixer devices. This function fills a MIXERCAPSstructure with information about the capabilities of a specified device.
The mixerGetIDfunction retrieves the audio mixer device identifier associated with a specified device handle. For example, you could use this function to retrieve the device identifier for an audio mixer and then use the device identifier to adjust the volume or to display another control.
Last updated on Tuesday, May 18, 2004