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KSDATARANGE_MUSIC structure

The KSDATARANGE_MUSIC structure specifies a range of DirectMusic MIDI formats.

Syntax


typedef struct {
  KSDATARANGE DataRange;
  GUID        Technology;
  ULONG       Channels;
  ULONG       Notes;
  ULONG       ChannelMask;
} KSDATARANGE_MUSIC, *PKSDATARANGE_MUSIC;

Members

DataRange

Specifies the MajorFormat and SubFormat GUIDs as well as the Specifier GUID for the DirectMusic data. This member is an initialized KSDATARANGE structure.

Technology

Specifies the type of MIDI output device. This member can be one of the following GUIDs:

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_PORT

The device is a MIDI hardware port.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_SYNTH

The device is a synthesizer.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_SQSYNTH

The device is a square-wave synthesizer.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_FMSYNTH

The device is an FM synthesizer.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_MAPPER

The device is the Microsoft MIDI mapper.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_WAVETABLE

The device is a hardware wavetable synthesizer.

KSMUSIC_TECHNOLOGY_SWSYNTH

The device is a software synthesizer.

Channels

Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous channels that can be played by an internal synthesizer device. If the device is a port, this member is not meaningful and is set to zero.

Notes

Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous notes that can be played by an internal synthesizer device. If the device is a port, this member is not meaningful and is set to zero.

ChannelMask

Specifies which channels an internal synthesizer device responds to, where the least significant bit refers to channel 0 and the most significant bit to channel 15. Port devices that transmit on all channels set this member to 0xFFFF.

Remarks

For examples of data ranges that use the KSDATARANGE_MUSIC structure, see MIDI Stream Data Range and DirectMusic Stream Data Range.

For information about data ranges and intersection handling, see Data-Intersection Handlers.

Requirements

Header

Ksmedia.h (include Ksmedia.h)

See also

KSDATARANGE

 

 

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