Applet which stores 0.5 seconds of audio in an array
I'm new to Java programming, and I'm trying something a little complicated. I wish to use Java write an applet to listen to a microphone or line in port and wait for the input signal to reach positive saturation.
When the signal has saturated, I would then like to record the next 0.5 seconds of audio data samples into a numerical array.
Please may somebody explain how I can achieve this, if it is possible.
After that, I know what I want to do with the numerical array and how to do it.
I am using JDK 1.6.0_13
Thank you to everyone who can help.
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