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  1. unsupported sound system BSMT

    You'll probably find a few versions of openal32.dll on your pc - i certainly wouldn't recommend swapping any in the C:\windows\ system sub folders, but changing the one in the pinsound folder will be fine, and if you have a backup of the original (just rename it openal32.olddll or something) you can always change it back if you do have any problems with pinsound studio.
  2. unsupported sound system BSMT

    It seems that using the openal32.dll file distributed with v0.9 of pinsound studio (attached) will change the sound back to stereo instead of surround in the new version of studio. Just backup new copy and drop it in its place. This seems stable and works, but i do have issues with the star trek 1991 mix in visual pinball with pinsound studio 18.8.3 crashing out... might still be a data east thing?, not sure.. openal32.dll
  3. unsupported sound system BSMT

    Exciters are vibration speakers. In visual pinball you can have 7.1 sound, front speakers are at the back of the cab with exciter speakers as surround speakers at the rear and front of the playfield to give sound & vibration feedback for mechanical / ball effects. The sound in the latest pinsound studio uses all sound channels rather than the front (backglass) speakers alone in stereo. Hope that helps..
  4. unsupported sound system BSMT

    Same here.. might have to rollback to v0.9. The gain.txt files in the folder sub structure also appear to be deleted now, but not if in the top level folder of the sound package?
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