Audio Processing Options

by clark » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 11:05:26 GMT

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 All you really need is a method to access the raw data of the sound.
With that you can do whatever kind of DSP stuff you want.  The real
question is, are there Classes and/or methods that allow the developer
to access the raw sound data?

With the addition of google's voice search as of RC33, I would suspect
there is something, but it may not be part of the public API.  Please
google, if this functionality is there add it to the API.  It would be
nice to get some input from the mic and perform some DSP algorithms on
it, i.e. a guitar tuner!



Audio Processing Options

by Dave Sparks » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 12:23:03 GMT

 It's on the roadmap for Cupcake.


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Audio Processing Options

by Dorn Hetzel » Fri, 13 Feb 2009 05:15:05 GMT

 Can you explain what "on the roadmap for cupcake" means for those of us not


Audio Processing Options

by Dave Sparks » Sat, 14 Feb 2009 07:14:22 GMT

 Cupcake is the next platform release for Android. You can read about
it here: 


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