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Posted on 1998-08-09
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a friend and i are looking for a way to change a soundwave's signal by running it through a c++/vc++ program.  unfortunately, we have no idea where to start.  basically we would be using a setup like the one shown here:

gutar---><inuput>computer<output>--->amplifier

the only idea i have is to have the program take the signal's decible level (or any other variable that would work) over a certain amount of time, and use it on a scale from -1 to 1 (or 0 to 1)in order to change the signal as defined by the person using the progam.  

any help in creating this sort of program would be appriciated
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cow,

http://members.tripod.com/~ravewave is an excellent 8-track digital recorder, which will allow you to do what you want.  It's shareware, and it's easy to use.  All you need is a soundcard and a fast pentium, it does its mixing in real time.  Hey, look ma, no code!

-Andy
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It looks like a pretty good program, Micah :-)
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by:cowiez
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looks pretty spiffy.  
thanks
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