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Sound Input Utility reads -in the simplest form- audio samples from the soundcard and puts them into a normal disk file. It can be used if you want to process samples from the soundcard in a continuous audio stream (means “without losing anything”) but don’t want to go into the details of soundcard programming.







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Sound Input Utility reads audio samples from the soundcard (it uses a “fake” soundcard) and saves them into a normal disk file. A detailed description of how this works is in the soundcard programming manual. The information how this works comes from a Linux programmer. I have tested the sound input utility on Linux and it works fine. It is coded in C and has been tested with Linux. It might be ported to Windows with some modifications. Sound input utility can be used for 3 different purposes:
a) read samples from the soundcard and save them into a normal disk file (which can later be loaded back into your soundcard and used)
b) read samples from the soundcard and save them into a file on the harddisk
c) read samples from the soundcard and print them to your screen (which is useful if you want to hear samples from the soundcard while programming)
The sound input utility can be used without programming of the soundcard if you want to save audio samples from the soundcard into a normal disk file. This is the easiest way to see if the soundcard works fine. If you want to play audio samples from the soundcard back, you have to write a software for your soundcard. This is the most complicated way to see if the soundcard works fine. The main problem is that the sound input utility has a very limited time for reading and saving samples (it needs this to be fast to get the most out of the soundcard). If you want to play audio samples from the soundcard back, you have to write software for your soundcard, which has a much longer time for reading and saving samples. If you want to program sound cards, the sound input utility might be the first software you want to use. It takes about 5 minutes to write and test a sample of your soundcard. You can read more about it at the link below. This is the main page for the sound input utility.
Here are some details about how the program works:
a) how the sound input utility reads samples from the soundcard (done in the read_samples() function)
b) how the sound input utility saves samples (done in the write_samples() function)
c) how to use the sound input utility (done in the usage() function)
d) how to use the sound input utility as a library (done in the lib_samples() function)
Sound Input Utility can be downloaded as a source or as an RPM

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The KEYMACRO is the user interface for the CAPS which uses a four way keypad. When a key is pressed on the KEYMACRO, the corresponding character is outputed through the sound card into the sound buffer. The buffer is a standard continuous buffer which keeps the sound going until it is turned off. The KEYMACRO is a very good way to control the computer. You can use it as a synth, drum machine, solo or like an extremely large keyboard. The KEYMACRO is quite versatile, and it can be set to several different commands and buttons. The CAPS program will allow you to make your own programs and macros for it.
PC-MUSIC Description:
CAPS PC-MUSIC is a program for music, it will play and pause, loop and delete tracks. PC-MUSIC features a master channel with effects, two subchannels for left and right. You can trigger samples from several parts of the keyboard. You can use the effects section to simulate the instruments, but be careful to set the keys to low volume. PC-MUSIC allows you to create and modify your own programs and effects.
CAPS sound is a sound synthesizer, it allows you to use samples from the sound card and build sound patterns in the program. Samples from the sound card can be modified by playing keys on the KEYMACRO. CAPS sample manipulation uses the EFFECTS section in CAPS PC-MUSIC. CAPS Sample Manipulation uses 2 R and L audio inputs and a 4 way digital keypad. Using the Keypad, you can create several different sounds. The KEYMACRO allows you to change the sampling frequency and sample length. CAPS Sound allows you to modify your samples in any way you want. You can slow them down or speed them up. You can add sound effects to the samples, modulate it, stretch it, or turn it down. You can even loop a sample. The CAPS can also be used to record different samples into it. With CAPS, you can record your voice, the effector, the keyboard or any other sound. You can hear the samples on the KEYMACRO or CAPS PC-MUSIC. CAPS sample manipulation uses the EFFECTS section in CAPS PC-MUSIC.
CAPS PC-MUSIC can use more than one sound at once. It will automatically switch between inputs when you turn them on or

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Deinterlaces the audio signal.

It also resamples (if needed) the audio signal to make it available for a small device that doesn’t have a large amount of soundcard samples.
Is this what you are looking for?
Keymacro includes a lot of other utilities, for example:

Templates for common software projects (with Keymacro projects attached)
A special “Keymacro” directory with templates for common types of projects.
Extensions for the standard project templates.

What I do

When I receive a mail that I have to write a utility for Keymacro, I usually do not start a new project immediately. Instead I set aside some time to think about the problem, think about the necessary skills to solve it and write a prototype. I then extend the prototype with the necessary features and debug it. Often it takes a long time to write a good prototype and only after some months I write an implementation and test it thoroughly.

Concerning the question “why don’t you start a new Keymacro project for this”, the answer is quite simple: It is impossible for me to do so because I don’t know enough about your own software to write a reasonable prototype or an implementation. Only when I can do it is it possible for me to write a prototype. Then I can concentrate on the specification and extension of the existing prototypes. The point is: There is no gain if the specification of the prototype or the implementation is just copied and pasted from existing prototypes. It should rather be developed from scratch to make the necessary specifications for your own software.
Also, if I write a good prototype (for example a VST plugin) it is often a starting point for many other projects. This way I can save time and energy for other projects.

In the case you are about to create a VST plugin for Keymacro or another commercial project, I can offer you the following suggestions:

Concerning the description of the project:

You should write the purpose and description of the project, describing its features, functionality, user interface, and so on. For example, the description could start with: “The purpose of the project is to do something as fast as possible.”

You should write about the intended audience. For example, there might be a special need for the VST plugin. Or the plugin should be able to use a special feature of the application.

You should write about the source code

What’s New in the Sound Input Utility?

SoundInputUtility reads audio samples from the soundcard and stores them in a normal disk file. It is designed to save the data right away, so it should not be used to create a file or play the file. When you use it, the file gets updated immediately, so you can use it with sound files up to 20 minutes long.

It has only one function: to play the samples in a continuous stream. You must close the window when the sound stops playing.

SoundInputUtility has a lot of features, but they are hidden away. There is a lot of documentation, so it is easy to understand what you can do with SoundInputUtility.

“SoundInputUtility is an in-process utility. It uses the DLL called soundau.dll that comes with the Microsoft Sound library.”

There are two versions of SoundInputUtility, one is for Windows 95 and higher and the other for Windows 3.1. The older version is called SoundInputUtility95.exe and the newer one is called SoundInputUtility3.exe. Both versions have exactly the same functions, just the one that is for Windows 95 is called SoundInputUtility95.exe and the one for Windows 3.1 is SoundInputUtility3.exe.

To use SoundInputUtility you have to start the program, which can be done in two different ways:


Double click the file. This is the same as double clicking the EXE file in Windows. This opens SoundInputUtility in the Normal mode, where you can set the name and location of the file you are going to use. The file can be loaded from disk and it also can be loaded from the TWAIN devices. To load from disk, you have to set the Location to Disk. If you want to use TWAIN, you should use the menu Entry Normal.


Right click the file and select the option Run As. This opens the program in the Safe mode. In the Safe mode you can only use the LoadFromFile method.

To play a sample from the soundcard, you have to specify the file as a source. First you select the file and then you select play.

For example, to play a file called LoadSample.wav, you have to do the following:

SoundInputUtility.exe LoadFromFile “LoadSample.wav”

This is the shortest way to get started. To load from a disk file, you can do this instead:

SoundInputUtility.exe LoadFromFile “MySourceFolder\LoadSample.wav”

This is a more elaborate way, and it works the same way as the first version of SoundInputUtility. This example is for Windows 95, but it is also for Windows 3.1:


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* Windows 7
* Windows 8
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