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Tracking current DMA-sample sound level

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#1 Dror Laufer   Members   

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Posted 18 March 2000 - 11:31 PM

Did anyone ever write a sound volume level graph? What I mean is something like WinAmp (and almost any other sound\music player) shows on the screen when a music file is heard - a graph which gets changed according to the level of sound. I thought about writing one, but I am not sure how to track the volume of the sample currently played by the DMA, does anyone know?




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