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Modify Channel of sound wave

Posted on 1997-11-29
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I play a sound wave file with the TMEDIAPLAYER component.
I want to modify the channel (left channel 100% and right channel 0%, then the opposite)
and modify the volume during playing
How to do this ?
I suppose there is a Win API function?
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Hi jm verdi,

Not much reaction on this question, huh?

Well, there exists a component for that purpose (Balance control). It's even freeware, except I don't know if the source is with it. Pitty if not! Have a look at it. It's combined in a package with other usefull components (like Volume control, ...) :

http://web.access.net.au/%7Egchandle/zips/comp2.zip

Have fun,
c.u. ZifNab;
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ZifNab

Thanks for the link to Chandler..
I found the Balance & Volume component and they work.
( and source is included).

Jean marie
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