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The error code from DllCall is not in the return value, but it's in the @error macro. Also, your DllCall was completely wrong, incorrect number of parameters, no reference to the dll. Are you new to programming or did you learn Visual Basic before this (which is the same thing really)?

Something like:

$result = DllCall ("AudioGenie2.dll","str", "GetID3V1Artist", "str","test.mp3")
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