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compact framework audio recorder

I am creating an app that needs to capture dictation. I am currently
starting to work with the OpenNETCF library.

First, are there any other (better) alternatives to this package. We
can spend some money on new libraries, but as always, the cheaper the
better (I also know you get what you pay for).

Second, when working with wave files, is there an easy way to be able
to insert new audio in the middle of a file? Example record 5 seconds,
then choose a spot 2 seconds in, then start "injecting" more audio, say
3 second, in the middle of the file so that you end up with an 8 second
file with the "new" recording in the middle? If so, then some sample
code would be amazing.

Thanks in advance for the help,
Jonathon

Mar 4 '06 #1
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You may want to post this question over in the official Compact Framework
newsgroup.
microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.compactframework

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Tim Wilson
..NET Compact Framework MVP

"Jonathon" <js****@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I am creating an app that needs to capture dictation. I am currently
starting to work with the OpenNETCF library.

First, are there any other (better) alternatives to this package. We
can spend some money on new libraries, but as always, the cheaper the
better (I also know you get what you pay for).

Second, when working with wave files, is there an easy way to be able
to insert new audio in the middle of a file? Example record 5 seconds,
then choose a spot 2 seconds in, then start "injecting" more audio, say
3 second, in the middle of the file so that you end up with an 8 second
file with the "new" recording in the middle? If so, then some sample
code would be amazing.

Thanks in advance for the help,
Jonathon

Mar 4 '06 #2

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