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       roar_vs_new_simple, roar_vs_new_playback - Create new VS objects


       #include <roaraudio.h>

       roar_vs_t  *  roar_vs_new_simple(const  char  *  server,  const char * name, int rate, int
       channels, int codec, int bits, int dir, int * error);

       roar_vs_t * roar_vs_new_playback(const char * server, const char *  name,  int  rate,  int
       channels, int codec, int bits, int * error);


       These  functions  create  a  new  VS object with a already connected data connection.  The
       functions connect to the server server with application name name.  They  take  the  audio
       parameters as arguments rate, channels, codec, bits.

       roar_vs_new_simple() takes the stream direction as parameter dir.

       roar_vs_new_playback()  is equivalent to roar_vs_new_simple() expect that it does not take
       the direction parameter but uses ROAR_DIR_PLAY (waveform playback). It may be  implemented
       as a macro.


       server The server to connect to. NULL for defaults.

       name   The  application  name.  This  should be something the user can use to identify the
              application.  It MUST NOT be the application's binary name or the value of argv[0].

       rate, channels, codec, bits
              The audio parameters for the new stream: sampling  rate,  number  of  channels  per
              frame, used codec and number of bits per sample.

       dir    This  is  the  stream  direction.  Common values include ROAR_DIR_PLAY for waveform
              playback, ROAR_DIR_MONITOR for waveform monitoring,  ROAR_DIR_RECORD  for  waveform
              recording.  For MIDI ROAR_DIR_MIDI_IN and ROAR_DIR_MIDI_OUT is used.

       error  This  is  a  pointer  to  a integer used to store the error value in case of error.
              This can be NULL if not used but it is very recommended to use this error value  to
              report good error messages to the user.


       On success these calls return a new VS object.  On error, NULL is returned.




       roar_vs_new(3),   roar_vs_new_from_file(3),   roar_vs_close(3),   roarvs(7),   libroar(7),