Measuring sound level in hobby room with soundcard and linux.


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hihihi

Hi..

I want to measure the soundlevel when i am drilling or sawing in my hobby
room.

I would like to use a microphone connected to the soundcard for this.

How can you find the peak volume in a signal from the microphone ?

Btw. it is for linux fedora core 5.
 
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mlimber

hihihi said:
I want to measure the soundlevel when i am drilling or sawing in my hobby
room.

I would like to use a microphone connected to the soundcard for this.

How can you find the peak volume in a signal from the microphone ?

Btw. it is for linux fedora core 5.

You'll want to ask in a group about Linux. This group deals with the
standard C++ *language* proper, not platform-dependent applications of
it (which an interface to an arbitrary device is). See this FAQ for
what is on-topic here and for a partial list of other places you might
ask:

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lite/how-to-post.html#faq-5.9

Cheers! --M
 
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Victor Bazarov

hihihi said:
I want to measure the soundlevel when i am drilling or sawing in my
hobby room.

I would like to use a microphone connected to the soundcard for this.

How can you find the peak volume in a signal from the microphone ?

Btw. it is for linux fedora core 5.

Wrong newsgroup. You should try 'comp.os.linux' hierarchy or some
newsgroup with 'audio' in its name...

V
 

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