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The echo filter in SoLoud is a very simple one. When the sound starts to play, the echo filter allocates a buffer to contain the echo samples, and loops through this until the sound ends.

The filter does not support changing of parameters on the fly, nor does it take changing of relative play speed into account.

There are two parameters - delay and decay. Delay is the time in seconds until the echo, and decay is multiplier for the echo. If the multiplier is outside the [0..1[ range, the results are unpredictable.

// Set up echo filter
gEchoFilter.setParams(0.5f, 0.5f);  
// Set the filter as the first filter of the bus
gBus.setFilter(0, &gEchoFilter); 


Set the parameters of the filter.

gEchoFilter.setParams(0.5f, 0.5f);

Changing the parameters does not affect "live" sounds. If invalid parameters are given, the function will return error.

Live Parameter Access

All filters inherit the live parameter access functions.

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