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Writing a program to record sound, how to

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In directX there is something called directsound.
You should download directXSDK9 from microsoft's site.
Here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=AFC15F29-D7C9-4CF7-A8D5-8AB81F14AE1B&displaylang=en

I believe it includes all the relevant documentation including directsound (the size seems to fit), eventhough it is called an update?
I looked for minutes and couldnt find any other relevant documentation of directx.
Hope that helps.

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Another option from DirectSound that is probably much lighter weight would be to use the waveIn* series of winapi functions. Look up waveInOpen in the MSDN
I haven't use that specific series of functions, but I've used waveOut* and it was extremely simple.

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