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    Graphic Equalizer - Using the Microphone

    Hi Folks,

    I attach a link to something that I've been playing with this week:

    Plug in some headphones, and plug in a Microphone, then load this link:

    http://www.morgan-multinational.co.u...equalizer.html

    Accept the Microphone dialogue box that appears, and talk/sing/shout into the Microphone and watch the bars on the left and right move to the sound of your voice...

    I thought it was cool anyway

    Hope it's of interest to someone.

    Source attached using version 4.7 beta 3.

    Cheers,

    Morgan.
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    ........pretty cool, but a bit sensitive. When running a normal sound, like a song or something, it peaks out at way low levels. Oh yeah, you don't need a mic, it will pick up on anything going through the sound card.

    Again way cool, mind if I borrow it for future usage? I could see this being an awesome feature on a flash mpg player.....
    -J

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    Glad you like it!

    There are some scripting methods to change the sensitivity, but I thought I'd just get something working first since they didn't seem to work right

    I'd really like to work out how to record the sound and transmit to a server somewhere, but I don't think I'll manage that tonight !

    Enjoy,

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    Really Neat

    Hi Morgan,

    Yes, that is way cool stuff. Do you think this would work for MPEG playing in a HTML wrapper? It should. Are these 2-channel peek meters?

    Regards,

    Rick

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    Hiya,

    I'm not sure to be honest. The best bet would be to search actionscripting forums for the attachAudio and Microphone.get() commands.

    I tried searching for a way to use this with a server to transmit sound from one client to another, but it looks mighty complicated without a Flash communications server, and they're just a bit too pricey for my liking !

    Hope you can find a good use for it

    Morgan.
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    u cannot do that

    Iv'e been waiting for years for flash to incorporate more sound functionality, but the answer I get from adobe is that it would make the program way too big.

    At flash forward, there was a guy from frog design who was doing a lot of cool stuff with sound, but he told me that the only way to do it is to write a third party application.

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