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Basic sound card access

Started by caalip June 5, 2007
Dear Neighbors,

    My group at school is working on a project, and I would like
infomation about basic sound card input/output.   i guess what I would
very like to see is what functions read form a sound card.   Thanks
for any ideas You can give me.

caalip <tua57044@temple.edu> writes:

> Dear Neighbors, > > My group at school is working on a project, and I would like > infomation about basic sound card input/output. i guess what I would > very like to see is what functions read form a sound card. Thanks > for any ideas You can give me.
You've left out a lot of context and details. What operating system are you using? Are you inquiring about a programmatic way (e.g., using C or C++ or visual basic), or is using an application acceptable? If an application is acceptable, then give Audacity a try. It's free. -- % Randy Yates % "Rollin' and riding and slippin' and %% Fuquay-Varina, NC % sliding, it's magic." %%% 919-577-9882 % %%%% <yates@ieee.org> % 'Living' Thing', *A New World Record*, ELO http://home.earthlink.net/~yatescr

caalip wrote:

> My group at school is working on a project, and I would like > infomation about basic sound card input/output.
Oh, those studiots and stupidents... RTFM MSDN. i guess what I would
> very like to see is what functions read form a sound card. Thanks > for any ideas You can give me.
The simplest way of interfacing directly to a sound card is using Windows wave api. Enjoy: http://www.abvolt.com/research/research.htm#Howtowork Vladimir Vassilevsky DSP and Mixed Signal Design Consultant http://www.abvolt.com
On Jun 5, 12:41 pm, Randy Yates <y...@ieee.org> wrote:
> caalip <tua57...@temple.edu> writes: > > Dear Neighbors, > > > My group at school is working on a project, and I would like > > infomation about basic sound card input/output. i guess what I would > > very like to see is what functions read form a sound card. Thanks > > for any ideas You can give me. > > You've left out a lot of context and details. What operating system are > you using? Are you inquiring about a programmatic way (e.g., using > C or C++ or visual basic), or is using an application acceptable? > > If an application is acceptable, then give Audacity a try. It's free. > -- > % Randy Yates % "Rollin' and riding and slippin' and > %% Fuquay-Varina, NC % sliding, it's magic." > %%% 919-577-9882 % > %%%% <y...@ieee.org> % 'Living' Thing', *A New World Record*, ELOhttp://home.earthlink.net/~yatescr
Hey, thanks for the quick reply. It is for C code, and needs to be able to do full duplex. Linux or windows is kind of open to debate. (I like what I see from oss, but I was looking more for windows information.)