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Get/Set volume, mute, recording source, recording level of indivisual lines using Mixer API

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I want to mute the LineIn output, set the recording source to LineIn & set the recording level of LineIn to a certain value. I will prefer to use API instead of readymade (without source) ocx or dll files.

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Thanks, it is a very good example to monitor & control volume & mute functions. But I also need to set the recording source & recording level of Linein.

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