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NAME

       WildMidi_FastSeek - Move to a position in a midi file

LIBRARY

       libWildMidi

SYNOPSIS

       #include <wildmidi_lib.h>

       int WildMidi_FastSeek (midi *handle, unsigned short int *sample_pos);

DESCRIPTION

       Resets  all  note specific midi states and active notes before scanning
       to sample_pos samples from the beginning taking note of any changes  to
       midi channel states. The next call to WildMidi_GetOutput(3) will behave
       as if you started to play the midi from that position.

       handle The  indentifier  obtained  from  opening  a  midi   file   with
              WildMidi_Open(3) or WildMidi_OpenBuffer(3)

       sample_pos
              The number of samples from the beginning you want libWildMidi to
              seek to.

       NOTE: significant delay can occur when using  this  function.  You  can
       expect  even  more  delay  if  you select a position thats already been
       passed forcing the library to start from the beginning.

SEE ALSO

       WildMidi_GetString(3),   WildMidi_Init(3),    WildMidi_MasterVolume(3),
       WildMidi_Open(3),     WildMidi_OpenBuffer(3),    WildMidi_SetOption(3),
       WildMidi_GetOutput(3),     WildMidi_GetInfo(3),      WildMidi_Close(3),
       WildMidi_Shutdown(3), wildmidi(1), wildmidi.cfg(5)

AUTHOR

       Chris Ison <wildcode@users.sourceforge.net>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) Chris Ison 2001-2010

       This file is part of WildMIDI.

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                                 05 June 2010             WildMidi_FastSeek(3)