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SoundCard_C

I want a code that receive signals from the sound card directly , to be manipulated in real time ,avoiding using the windows tools -sound recorder-
using turbo C language and matlab
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kadhim
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kadhimAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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sumant032199Commented:
It is very hard to do so in Turbo C.

Instead I recommend you to use DJGPP
C,C++ compiler(32 bit) for DOS which is freely available at WWW.DELORIE.COM Then download ALLEGRO game library. If you follow all the instructions they have given there and install DJGPP and ALLEGRO correctly,you will be surprised to know the power of ALLEGRO; it handles Sound Card input-output and many, many other things like fascinating graphics etc. very easily.

So go there and check out!

Sumant
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kadhimAuthor Commented:
sorry,sumant..your answer may be good for one who want to handles Sound Card input-output in internal application,but I want the C program to external application that give me file-type .exe-.
             thanks for your try
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sumant032199Commented:
Please explain in detail.

Do you want to generate an .exe file to
handle various sound card functions?
What is external application?
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
see
http://www.dc.ee/Files/Programm.Sound 
with many sound system and source
code and
http://minnie.cs.adfa.edu.au/FreeBSD-srctree/newsrc/i386/isa/sound/sb_mixer.c.html (and near)
with source specifically for SB
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kadhimAuthor Commented:
I have a system that receives the sound from mics, and records the signal in the hard disk, and to programming this problem I need a software that reads the signals that stores by sound card in memory.
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