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Default Audio Mixer example?

Hi There,

I have done an audio mixer in vb6 but not sure if I can just transfer what I have done in vb 6 to vb 2005 with the different syntax etc.

Any chance someone could post a simple example that has 2 mixer lines, 2 check boxes for muting each line ( mainly the main volume control and wave out ) and give me a site to show me how to make it minimize to the system tray.

Thanks






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