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How to set a global (no specific gameobject) RTPC value from unity script ? [closed]

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the SDK documentation for setRTPCValue states that you can use AK_INVALID_GAME_OBJECT to post a global RTPC value. However, the Unity C# version of that method requires a GameObject parameter, and AK_INVALID_GAME_OBJECT is a uint. How do you go about not specifying a game object when setting an RTPC value in that context? I tried using null but I get an error...

Thanks :)

closed with the note: See answer below
asked Mar 4, 2016 in General Discussion by Matthieu B. (730 points)
closed Mar 5, 2016 by Matthieu B.

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My bad, "null" actually works. :/
There's even a version of SetRTPCValue that doesn't require a gameobject parameter. :)
answered Mar 5, 2016 by Matthieu B. (730 points)
selected Mar 5, 2016 by Fabien B. (Audiokinetic)