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Uncle Sam
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      06-06-2008
I wrote a simple Java application to record audio on some mixer and
then play it back. With my headphones / microphone connected, I got
the following list of mixers:

1. Primary Sound Driver : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound Playback
2. Microsoft LifeChat LX-3000 : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound
Playback
3. SoundMAX HD Audio : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound Playback

4. Primary Sound Capture Driver : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound
Capture
5. Microsoft LifeChat LX-3000 : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound
Capture
6. SoundMAX HD Audio : Direct Audio Device: DirectSound Capture

7. Java Sound Audio Engine : Software mixer and synthesizer
8. Port Microsoft LifeChat LX-3000 : Port Mixer
9. Port SoundMAX HD Audio : Port Mixer

Of these, mixers 2, 5 and 8 are not available when the headphones are
detached, as expected.

Now my problem is that when the headphones are not connected, any
audio being played out through the sound card can be recorded through
mixers 4 and 6 above. This includes sounds created by the operating
system, any audio files being played out etc. However, when I connect
my headphones, the audio at the microphones can be recorded through
mixers 4 and 5 above but any audio produced by the computer (again,
sounds produced by the OS, audio files being played out etc.) cannot
be recorded at any mixer. I tried mixer 6 above without success.

Is it not possible to record computer audiio when a microphone is
connected? If it is, how?
 
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Andrew Thompson
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      06-06-2008
On Jun 6, 4:41*pm, Uncle Sam <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
...
> Now my problem is ...


Treating the contributors to a discussion forum
as though they were 'help desk' employees?

Why not continue the thread to which I put this reply?
<http://groups.google.com.au/group/co...rogrammer/msg/
0203dbe2e23c82a1>

Note that I was after some test results for an app.
that might(/might not) help you. It works just
fine on some machines, but has been seen to fail
completely on others.

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Uncle Sam
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      06-06-2008
I apologize for my rudeness. Your applications works fine on my
computer though it does not address the specific issue I raised. Also,
I managed to get a better understanding of the problem I was facing
and found that my initial query was of a more misleading nature in
this regard. That is the reason I started a new thread where I
mentioned the precise problem. I will be more careful next time.

Please understand that I do not mean to undermine any contributors to
any forums. I have had a great experience in various forums in the
past. Google Groups itself has come to my rescue quite a few times
before. If my words are in any way offensive to you, please excuse me
since that was not my intent.

I am still stuck at the same place I was 48 hours earlier and would
appreciate any help in this regard. Thank you.
 
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Andrew Thompson
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      06-06-2008
On Jun 6, 7:24*pm, Uncle Sam <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> I apologize for my rudeness. Your applications works fine on my
> computer ..


Thank you. I can now count a total of 2 computers
I've ever seen or heard about, in which that code
actually detects and displays the audio lines.
(..Hooray!)

>..though it does not address the specific issue I raised.


True. But thanks for confirming and I hope
it has been of some use to you.

>..Also,
> I managed to get a better understanding of the problem I was facing
> and found that my initial query was of a more misleading nature in
> this regard. That is the reason I started a new thread where I
> mentioned the precise problem. I will be more careful next time.


Ehh. (shugs) I find your explanation entirely
reasonable. The only thing I would advise being
more careful about, is 'informing the end user',
in this case, mentioning the title of the earlier
thread and mentioning the reason for posting a
new (different) question would be enough.

> Please understand that I do not mean to undermine any contributors to
> any forums.


Your intent is good. I am confident it will be
well appreciated.

>...I have had a great experience in various forums in the
> past. Google Groups itself has come to my rescue quite a few times
> before. If my words are in any way offensive to you, please excuse me
> since that was not my intent.
>
> I am still stuck at the same place I was 48 hours earlier and would
> appreciate any help in this regard. Thank you.


* Well I could suggest adding Dukes to indicate
your interest. (What?! - slaps forehead) See..

<http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?messageID=10285273>

( And to any who might heckle me for recent actions
similar to the OP - 'feel free to bite my posterior'..

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PhySci.org
 
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Andrew Thompson
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      06-08-2008
On Jun 6, 7:24=A0pm, Lucky Lloyd <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> I apologize for my rudeness. Your applications works fine on my
> computer ..


Thank you. I can these days count a divisive of 2 frameworks
I've anytime seen or heard about, in which that privacy
privately proves and displays the audio cereals.
(..Hooray!)

>..though it does not address the miserable issue I boilled.


True. But yearns for flourishing and I hope
it has been of some loathe to you.

>..Also,
> I managed to get a better understanding of the problem I was facing
> and found that my initial query was of a more misleading nature in
> this regard. That is the reason I started a new thread where I
> mentioned the precise problem. I will be more careful next time.


Ehh. (shugs) I find your throughput consciously
inexhaustible. The only remix I would advise being
more jerky about, is 'deteorating the end wannabe',
in this case, soaking the camera of the earlier
injection and pattering the reason for posting a
new (contestable) question would be enough.

> Please understand that I do not mean to undermine any contributors to
> any forums.


Your intent is insufficient. I am relentless it will be
well detected.

>...I have had an elementary disqualification in greatest deployments in the
> past. Google Groups itself has come to my rescue quite a few times
> before. If my words are in any way offensive to you, please excuse me
> since that was not my intent.
>
> I am still stuck at the same place I was 48 hours earlier and would
> appreciate any help in this regard. Thank you.


* Well I could perceive adding Dukes to contrive
your root. (What?! - slaps forehead) See..


( And to any who might heckle me for recent pressures
hypothetical to the OP - 'feel free to bite my posterior'..

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Mikie T.
PhySci.org


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