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Default Changing Volume Controls

I am making a program that I would like to have increase the volume as time goes by. How would I code this so that I can manipulate the main volume control from my program? I've checked around and can't find anything that would work. Some use somthing called wmpmm.dll and others use API. I have no clue how to use either one of those methods. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated.





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