Sample – WASAPI loopback capture (record what you hear)

In a previous post I showed how to play silence to a given audio device and hinted at a possible application. Attached to this post is a sample WASAPI loopback capture app – amd64, x86 and source included.  This allows you to record the sound that is coming out of your speakers: >loopback-capture -?loopback-capture -?loopback-capture…

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Sample – playing silence via WASAPI event-driven (pull) mode

Be vewy vewy quiet – we’we hunting wabbits.    — Elmer Fudd Attached is a mini-app I’ve written to play silence to any given playback device using WASAPI event-driven (pull) mode.  Source, x86 binary, and amd64 binary are attached. Usage statement: >silence -?silencesilence -?silence –list-devicessilence –device “Device long name”     With no arguments, plays silence to…

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Good Perl, Bad Perl

One of my favorite languages is Perl.  Perl has an ambivalent reputation; some people take to it, some accuse it of being a syntax-complete language.  (There’s some truth to this.) My view is that Perl gives you a very direct link into the mind of the programmer – much more so than other languages.  Perl…

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