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This class is able to record audio input from playback devices like Wave, Microphone etc. It implements methods
OpenDevice
CloseDevice
StartRecording
StopRecording
CreateWaveFile(cFilename)


Some parameters are hard-coded: max recording time, bits per sample, samples per second and channels. Though it is easy to make this basic class more flexible.

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10155 bytes  
Created: 2003-09-16 13:54:14  
Modified: 2013-09-20 13:29:00  
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Listed functions:
GlobalAlloc
GlobalFree
GlobalReAlloc
mmioAscend
mmioClose
mmioCreateChunk
mmioDescend
mmioFlush
mmioOpen
mmioWrite
waveInAddBuffer
waveInClose
waveInGetErrorText
waveInGetPosition
waveInOpen
waveInPrepareHeader
waveInReset
waveInStart
waveInStop
waveInUnprepareHeader
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My comment:
Yet another reason to wish threads and callback functions to be supported in VFP -- the waveInProc callback function can provide a smooth transition to the next memory block while the previous one being written to a file and released.
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