1. Register NOW and become part of this fantastic knowledge base forum! This message will go away once you have registered.

M-Audio 1010 with Visual Basic

Discussion in 'Recording' started by 4me2, Feb 8, 2006.

  1. 4me2

    4me2 Guest

    Hi,

    I want to built a device in which a user can select (by clicking) a max of 16 audiosources which fade in or out (if they click the icon a second time)

    I have foud documentation for the M-audio 1010 with C++, but so far not with Visual Basic (6 or 2005)

    My plan is to provide the user with a desktop which contains the pictures of the persons in the game (all wearing a wireless mike) and by clicking their specific picture, audio of that person becomes available

    I tried using a Matrix switcher from NETWORK A6464, but each time it switches I hear a click. I want to avoid this clicking by using an audio mixer/switch like the M-Audio 1010 and to control the faders using a Visula Basic script.

    ANY help will be very much appreciated


    Harpert The Netherlands
     
  2. If the M-Audio has an API then you should be able to make calls to it using Visual Basic the same as you would in C++, unless it requires you to include header files of some kind rather than using DLLs. If they provide pre-compiled DLLs just instantiate those DLLs at the top of your VB file and then make the appropriate objects and call the appropriate methods.

    ~S
     
  3. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Shotgun, are you a programmer by day?
     

  4. Yes sir, the other half of my time is in front of a computer. I haven't figured out where to fit in sleep, but I can type and eat a taco at the same time now.
     
  5. McCheese

    McCheese Well-Known Member

    Ah, the first step on the path to computer greatness.
     
  6. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    I thought that only a programmer would know that.
     
  7. baadc0de

    baadc0de Active Member

    You can use Managed DirectX for that (the DirectSound component of DirectX that is).
     

Share This Page