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Chapter 6/11 AudioFilter declaration
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markburrell
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May 17, 2020 - 11:31 am
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I feel like im either being an idiot or not able to read the book correctly, but I have come back to it a few times and can still not get it right.

I am following the ASPiK Programming Guide and I am stuck.

In section 6.4.7 (also described in 11.7.2) it describes "declaring the AudioFilter objects in the plugincore.h file"

I get errors next to the #include "fxobjects.h" as file not found, this in turn means that the AudioFilter objects cant be made.

I cant find the fxobjects.h file anywhere in my project. On the ASPiK website: http://aspikplugins.com/sdkdoc....._8cpp.html 

It has it in PluginObjects, but I dont have that in my project (or not that I can see).

What have I done wrong/how I can I fix it

 

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Mark

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After coming back to it, I realised that when I create the project in ASPiKreator, the "Include C++ fx objects" box was not checked, however the box (and text) is greyed out, preventing me from adding the fx code to all new projects as well, so why is this?

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Hi Mark,

Check out this page of the documentation - http://aspikplugins.com/sdkdoc.....jects.html

which leads to the fxobjects download link - https://www.willpirkle.com/Downloads/fxobjects.zip

from there just unzip/place the files in your PluginObjects folder and #include "fxobjects.h" should be good to go.

I think Will explains his decision to grey out the "Include C++ fx objects" in this recent post, which also has some more info on folder structuring -

https://www.willpirkle.com/forum/getting-started-with-aspik/plugin-object-folder/

Cheers,

Jim

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