I am working with on a project using Unity Teams (their cloud service) and in the beginning of the project Fmod and Unity worked fine for me but since other team members integrated Fmod to be able to hear the sounds I keep getting this error:
FMOD.Memory.GetStats (System.Int32& currentalloced, System.Int32& maxalloced, Boolean blocking) (at Assets/Graphics/Plugins/FMOD/Wrapper/fmod.cs:1629)
FMOD.Memory.GetStats (System.Int32& currentalloced, System.Int32& maxalloced) (at Assets/Graphics/Plugins/FMOD/Wrapper/fmod.cs:1624)
FMODUnity.RuntimeUtils.EnforceLibraryOrder () (at Assets/Graphics/Plugins/FMOD/RuntimeUtils.cs:391)
FMODUnity.StudioListener.OnEnable () (at Assets/Graphics/Plugins/FMOD/StudioListener.cs:17)
This has resulted in them hearing the sounds, but not me. I looked around and saw that I might need Unity Pro to use it? But I don’t get why the sounds would work earlier and now only for other projectmembers then? Don’t know if it’s relevant but they are all using Windows, while I’m using Mac.