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somebody help out in doing a voice chat in c#

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ok so i'm doing this grad project which involves, amongst other things, implementing a voice chat between two clients in a server connection-oriented environment.

i need resources, code, anything that will help start on this.

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thanks
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by:AvonWyss
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You should have a look at Managed DirectX 9. It allows you (among many other things) to do sound recording, and sound playback. For voice transmission you could use the standard socket classes.

SDK download:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=9216652F-51E0-402E-B7B5-FEB68D00F298&displaylang=en
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No way. I object that a question is to be deleted without the asker giving any comment before requesting this even though he has received some advice in it.
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Ok DirectX SDK is a bit too much for me. I can't bother learning the whole thing with directx coz i aint got the time for that. Besides, I found this great dll (wavestream.dll) on the net which does just what i want. Anyway, thank you AvonWyss for your adivce.
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