Re: [Electronics_101] Re: Recording in C
- Thanks...I know this is electronics group :) But I just thought, maybe somebodyconnects things to pc... and make some acquisition utilities ... so maybesomebody have been working in C :)) so...Anyway... there is one more question... now it's electronics related :)Anybody worked with ADC0820 ??? I have figured it out, but maybe somebodyhave some hints, tips or tricks... ???Have a good day, wherever you are !!----- Original Message -----Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 8:12 PMSubject: [Electronics_101] Re: Recording in CThere are applications that do that but you might want to try a C
forum to find a program. This is an electronics group.
Look for OpD2d for the application.
--- In Electronics_101@yahoogroups.com, "Dragan Karleusha"
> Hello World :)
> Does anyone have C program that records from sound
> card into wav file?
> This is what I need:
> I have SB16 ISA sound card, and 486 PC, this is my other
> computer that I use for hobby :) Ok, I want to make some
> sort of acquisition utility with sound card. Idea is to short
> circuit capacitor located at MicIn line, so that DC can be
> Problem is how to record stuff that comes into MicIn,
> and display it... well, less problem is to display it ;)
> Please if you have any peace of code or idea no
> matter how stupid that seams to you, please send it !
> You can use my private e-mail if you like...
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- Hello Dragan
What is your query relating to the ADC0820? I can probably help you out :)
Brian J Hoskins
South Wales, UK
Mobile: 07967 240380
Amiga 040/PPC, Amiga OS3.9.
You can look at these link or if you realy want to write your own program,
search for these two windows API command: WaveIn and WaveOut.
Search on GOOGLE : sound card oscilloscope