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SO i plug my guitar into the recording port on my sound card and my amp into my output port on my sound card. What i want to do is write a program that records what im playing and outputting the sound to the amp at the same time. I have no idea how to do this in C++ but i did it in python using pymedia but it was too slow. Im using win32 and c++. Thanks

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On Windows, ASIO is your best option for real-time audio.

Or simply unmute the line-in of your soundcard so that the input gets played back automatically. Then all you need to do is write the recording part.

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Original post by drakostarOr simply unmute the line-in of your soundcard so that the input gets played back automatically. Then all you need to do is write the recording part.


thanks but wasn't muted and no sound plays when i record using other software.

Any other suggestions?

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If you have the line-in unmuted (in playback), you should hear it regardless of what software you're using. Check your configuration.

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