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Hi,

When I play a sequence I just recording with the record example
the sound becomes very loud. The waves were added and it sounds terrible.
Why can I modify the example so that I can avoid this effect.
And this trash-sound was recorded too.

What I need is something like a record level.
So I tried to play the recorded sequence, but this goes wrong like described above.

I need the record level to find out when the level is zero or – 50db for
one or two seconds. If it is I want to start an new wave file output.

Something like “silence detection”

I tried getwavedata() too, but this needs an playing channel, its the same
problem.
If I set the channel to mute or setvolum(0.0) I can’t get any values from
getwavedata(). ok, that’s clear.

Is this possible with Fmod Ex ?
How could I do a monitoring of the recorded data?
Have any one a good suggestion for me.

Merry chrismas to all

Greetings
Daniel

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Hi brett,

I don’t use a microphone.
I record sound that comes from another application i.e my tv application or a playing winamp. I use the primary record driver.
When I press “r” in the rocord example and after I press “p” it seems that two channels were add to eachother so that the sound becomes louder and louder.

ok?

Greetings
Daniel

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[quote="user1001":23g44ms7]Hi brett,

I don’t use a microphone.
I record sound that comes from another application i.e my tv application or a playing winamp. I use the primary record driver.
When I press “r” in the rocord example and after I press “p” it seems that two channels were add to eachother so that the sound becomes louder and louder.

ok?

Greetings
Daniel[/quote:23g44ms7]Um, are you playing back the recorded audio? That’s exactly the same as putting a mic near the speaker.

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Hi,

thank you.

I try to describe the problem:

(1)
Sound that come from Fmod itself has not this effect. I play a sound
with createsound and playsound and I can hear the recorded sequence with a little delay. The windows mixer sound property is set to “record” and “stereo mixer”.

(2)
Sound that come from outside of my application make problems.
(2.1) From the TV application: The windows mixer sound property is set to “record” and “line in”. In this case the playing record sequence is normal too.
(2.2) From the a playing winamp file: The windows mixer sound property is set to “record” and “stereo mixer”. In this case the playing record make problems, the sound becomes louder and louder.

This effect seems not to depend on the sound cards. It is the same effect on all my 3 computers.
In all cases I use the Primary Sound/Record Driver.
And this problem is the same in the record example of the newest FmodEx release?

The current work around is to set volume to 0.000001f and set the getwavedata result x10000000.
If this result is 0 for 2 seconds a silent sequence was detected.

It’s shit, I know.

That brings me back to the question of my fiirst posting:
How can I do an record monitoring with FmodEx ??? Without to play the recorded sequence ???

Greetings and merry chrismas

Daniel

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