I’ve a question about spectrum :
I want to get a full spectrum of a sound, and I think that getSpectrum only give me the spectrum at the moment when I call this function. I think I must do a loop or something like that but i’m not sure to know what i must do in this loop….
I see that I can use Sound::lock()/unlock() to but i don’t really understand how it works.
If someone could help me….
I’m also wondering how I can detect silence, if anyone have an idea ….
thanks and sorry for my english 😳
PS: I know there are a lot of topics about getSpectrum but I’ve red a lot of them and I did not find a soultion(maybe i missed the good one)
- bobernawak asked 11 years ago
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