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Hello..

I’m not an experienced programmer(about 4 months working with java), but I have taken a project to create a java application that would implement the following:

I would give audio feed from a microphone, and I would get real-time feedback through the speaker, with a delay and possibly some pitch shifting.

I’ve started studying the Java Sound API, but it’s really complicated and I heard that it could be done more easily using the FMOD library? Is this the case?

And if so, could anyone give me any guidelines for which methods I should look into for audio input, audio output, delay and pitch shifting..

Thanks in advance

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Just to add something..

First, browsing through the forum, I realized that FMOD Ex didn’t support Java until recently. Does this mean I should try FMOD 3.75 instead??

As mentioned in my original post, I’m looking for input via the microphone, so I’m dealing with sampled sound, not midi. Can this capturing be done through FMOD? Or do I have to capture the sound with the "original" java sound api and then process it with FMOD?

I can’t seem to find any tutorials/example programs for java using FMOD. Are there any available??

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Hi,

We don’t actually support Java with FMOD Ex, but there have been third parties that have made Java wrappers. One that I know of is:

http://jerome.jouvie.free.fr/index.php

You might want to have a search around the forums as well.

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