Mmsound.drv 是小喇叭的系统接口 ，很多API的书都有用法介绍
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Use the Beep API function.
This example demonstrates two interesting things. First, it shows how to
make a beep of any frequency and duration rather than using the standard
tone you get with the Beep statement.
Second, note that the Beep API function has the same name as Visual
Basic's Beep statement. To differentiate them, you can assign a new name
to the Beep API function in its Declare statement. It is known as "Beep"
in the library (the Alias statement) but it is known as APIBeep to the
You can use this technique to differentiate between functions with the
same name, or you can use it to give API functions a name that is easier
to write (for example, if the API name is very long).
In the declarations section:
Private Declare Function APIBeep Lib "kernel32" Alias "Beep" ( _
ByVal dwFreq As Long, ByVal dwDuration As Long) As Long
To make a beep lasting 500 milliseconds with frequency specified in the
TextBox txtFrequency (try 1000 for starters):
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim frequency As Long
frequency = CLng(txtFrequency.Text)
APIBeep frequency, 500