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Subject: Re: beep
But if the user is looking to find clipping, they wont want to keep the
current recording anyway, so it'd be ok if a frame was dropped.
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 15:27:12 +0100, Manuel Dejonghe <email@example.com>
> Don't think so. There is that story that switching from recording mode
> to playback mode is not that easy (incomplete frames, maybe takes some
> time, dunno). This is why the pause/record could never be voiced in
> the record screen.
> However, some of the developers were able to create a beep when
> everything is already in recording mode, if I remember correctly.
> But I don't know if this can be done if the unit is actually
> recording. Maybe it would create dropouts in the recording. I don't
> know if ever somebody complained about a starting beep within a
> recording, which would be a hint.
> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 14:13:10 -0000, Nobby <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> lack of interest? I thought there was plently of interest still going
>> It seems like it wouldnt be that hard either. Surely (in a worst case
>> scenario) a .2 second mp3 of a 1khz beep could be used, no?
>> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 14:03:15 +0000, BlueChip <email@example.com>
>> > This is very unlikely to ever happen on the Archos units due to lack
>> > interest in the hardware. It should be quite simple on the iRivers
>> > such.
>> > BC
>> >> hi,
>> >> i'd like to know if it's possible to creat a patch to generate a 1KHZ
>> >> beep to warn when recording level is clipping at 0DB.i'm blind and it
>> >> would be really helpfull to check a good recording volume.
>> >> with hearing the beep i would know that i just have to turn down a
>> >> my volume.
>> >> is it something possible or just a stupid question you've already
>> >> answer! lol
>> >> i have a jb recorder.
>> >> thanks
>> >> seb
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