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    Question audio manipulation in c++

    is there any base apps that can do this already or if i was starting from scratch how would i go about doing so.

    ok im building a program which will let the user open and play a sound file... this works fine (using borlands tmediaplayer componant.. although i can change to something else if necesary, even vc++ )

    but what i want to be able to do with it is allow the user to record a 30 second clip of this audio and save it as a seperate .wav. now this works fine if they have the output of soundcard going into the microphone, but not every user is going to be capable of that (i can only do it due to my pc going through a DJ mixer).

    also it would be great if i could save as an mp3.

    thanks for your help

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    Why don't you try an audio library like FMOD. www.fmod.org
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