You can file this under “I’m not sure how I didn’t know this exists.”
Last week I received news of a potential opportunity where audio middleware is going to be required. However, the project is going to need some flexibility so custom scripting is a must.
The only scripting reference/API (that I’ve found or been pointed to) is on pages 223-239 of the FMOD Studio User manual.
In case you don’t know how to find that, you need to download FMOD Studio first and then go to Help > User Manual. At first glance you should be super excited – as it looks like there’s a ton of available properties to affect. The generous people over at Firelight also provide some example scripts for you too.
Thankfully though, I have a good friend who has done a good bit of heavy lifting with FMOD scripting already (again, I have no idea how I didn’t know this…). So I’m planning to put together a few resources that I’ll share in later posts in case you want to dig deeper into your own FMOD scripting.
I hope this opens up a whole new world of possibilities for you! I’m super excited to break into making custom tools for all of these different platforms and people’s needs.
As always – any questions, ideas, or help you’re looking for just ping [email protected]
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