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Old 10 February 2020, 10:32   #1
bladecgn
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Sound pitch too high when Vsync is enabled

For gaming I use "cycle exact" chipset mode.


When I disable Vsync and use triple buffering, the sound for example in Pinball Fantasies has the right pitch. I confirmed this on my real Amiga.


Switching Vsync on (Standard) and using Double Buffering makes the Sound play about 10% too fast / at a higher pitch.


Why is that so and can I do sth. about it?

EDIT: It only occurs in WASAPI sound mode. Switching to Dsound makes the sound be played at the right pitch

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Old 10 February 2020, 12:04   #2
Toni Wilen
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You are using 60Hz refresh rate, vsync matches refresh rate and also matches sound (without it sound would glitch all the time)

I am sure it has nothing to do with sound mode.
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