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Sound Blaster Card in LV

I need to execute a project with LV, using a card Sond Blaster.
It will be necessary to record and to reproduce messages, among computers
and to command digital outputs and to read digital inputs.
And the data of the digital inputs should be reproduced in voice.
Somebody has some idea.
Thank you
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Roby,

It sound feasible. Have you checked the sound control examples provided
with Labview. They are in the advanced section of the examples.
As a bit of fun about a year ago, my work collegue wrote a very simple vi
that digitised voice from the sound card (using the examples provided for
most of the code) and then passed it to another PC over a LAN using
Datasocket. On the second PC, we had another vi that received the
datasocket data and passed it out the sound card speaker. We had created a
simple voice channel over the LAN with only about an hour of programming
time! All with complete and utter ignorance of all the protocols that were
working behind the scenes.

Every thing else you described sound easy too. Labview loves digital
inputs, but of course you may need
some device to read in the inputs (an
E-series card of some sort perhaps).
You can record messages directly in WAV format. save it to disk and replay a
stored message based on the digital input you receive using case statements.

Sounds like fun
Cheers
John
Roby wrote in message news:38d8f978@newsgroups.ni.com...
>
> I need to execute a project with LV, using a card Sond Blaster.
> It will be necessary to record and to reproduce messages, among computers
> and to command digital outputs and to read digital inputs.
> And the data of the digital inputs should be reproduced in voice.
> Somebody has some idea.
> Thank you
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