[PD] Writing -dB or VU level to a TXT File
Benalt, Adam D (NBC Universal, MSNBC)
adam.benalt at msnbc.com
Sat Apr 4 00:54:34 CEST 2009
Thanks Pall --
I appreciate your responses.
Yes, I am on windows.
And, yes, I am trying to get PD to do this.
So far it looks like the right tool for the job, but I just downloaded
it today on the advice of a friend.
Together we've cobbled together the attached .pd file.
If you start the Metro (clicking the ) the atom number box gives me
the level from the line input (in this case a microphone.)
But I can't get the write to txt box to hook up properly, or to write to
Adam D. Benalt
Production Technology Director
From: Pall Thayer [mailto:palli at pallit.lhi.is]
Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 6:49 PM
To: Benalt, Adam D (NBC Universal, MSNBC)
Cc: pd-list at iem.at
Subject: Re: [PD] Writing -dB or VU level to a TXT File
Oh, I just noticed you're on Windows and uh... as far as I can tell
you're not even talking about PD.
On 3.4.2009, at 19:52, Benalt, Adam D (NBC Universal, MSNBC) wrote:
> Hey All --
> I'd appreciate any advice that you could offer on this.
> Ultimately, what I'd want to do is just access the Line-In audio data
> (I'm assuming it's somewhere in the Windows API?) and then write that
> data (maybe constantly updated to a TXT file?) so I can access the TXT
> file from another program.
> Basically, how to get numerical data (writing into a txt file)
> representing the levels on a sound card?
> Please e-mail responses to: adam.benalt at msnbc.com
> Adam D. Benalt
> Production Technology Director
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