The DSP_BufferStream type exposes the following members.
Gets or Sets the current buffer position in bytes.
Gets the buffered BASS stream (the created custom stream).
Gets the channel flags of the being used.
This property returns the actual bitwidth of the sample data of the channel (e.g. 8, 16, 32).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Gets or Sets the channel that the DSP is being applied to.(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
This property returns the actual number of channles of the sample data BASS is using with the channel (e.g. 1=mono, 2=stereo, etc.).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
This property returns the actual sample rate in Hz of the sample data BASS is using with the channel (e.g. 44100).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Gets or Sets the buffer length in milliseconds to be used (between 1 and 5000).
Gets the buffer length in bytes which is being used.
Returns the actual DSP handle (or 0, if the DSP has not been assigned to the channel).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Sets or reassigns the priority of the DSP, which determines it's position in the DSP chain - DSPs with higher priority are called before those with lower.(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Returns the actual DSPPROC (callback delegate) which is used by the DSP.(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Is the DSP assigned to an active channel? (=assigned, =not assigned).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Returns if the DSP is currently bypassed (=bypass).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)
Gets or Sets, if the BufferStream should be buffered or not (default is ).
Gets or Sets a buffered output BASS stream to synchronize the position with (0 = use a non-synchronized direct buffer).
Gets or Sets the value of the user instance data to pass to the callback function (see DSPCallback(Int32, Int32, IntPtr, Int32, IntPtr)).(Inherited from BaseDSP.)