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Soundblaster Spectrometer

Does anyone know anything about programming a realtime frequency analyzer for a soundblaster?

(Thats the nice, flippy thingy you can see it in WinAmp)

I need infos, url (or some pascal-code) about fast forier analysis.

I searched now for 1/2year but it seems NOBODY KNOWS? (Why? It can't be sooo difficult!)










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  • : Does anyone know anything about programming a realtime frequency analyzer for a soundblaster?

    : (Thats the nice, flippy thingy you can see it in WinAmp)

    : I need infos, url (or some pascal-code) about fast forier analysis.

    : I searched now for 1/2year but it seems NOBODY KNOWS? (Why? It can't be sooo difficult!)

    :

    :

    :

    :

    : There aren't any prducts for it. Pascal is a shit.



    (but I like it(-: )






  • i need all about spectrometer.

    it dont have to be a pascal-file.

    also assembler, c or doc's. all u have.

    if you know where to find something, please help!




  • : Does anyone know anything about programming a realtime frequency analyzer for a soundblaster?

    : (Thats the nice, flippy thingy you can see it in WinAmp)

    : I need infos, url (or some pascal-code) about fast forier analysis.

    : I searched now for 1/2year but it seems NOBODY KNOWS? (Why? It can't be sooo difficult!)

    :

    :

    :

    :

    : Well, you can use soundbaster for your pascal proggies. There are a lot of books for this. Buy one of them!






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