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Play Microphone Sound on keypress?

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I know the general form for running a function (or whatever) upon a keypress, but is there any support/ workaround for sending sound through a microphone channel rather than playing it through the speakers? For example, I want to play a sound through VOIP (Skype is an example), whenever I press (for example) the "-" key.

If there is a documentation for this, I have not been able to find it, so any pointers would be appreciated.

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello, welcome, If i had to bet on something that can do that, i'd go for the BASS libraries.

Edited by careca

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Thank you, looking into this now.

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