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This wouldn't be practical as a microphone can pick up hundreds if not thousands of different frequencies simultaneously. What you hear is the average of all those combined frequencies. Perhaps you want to detect the intensity of the sound in dB?

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I'm trying to make a program that will record the sound from the mic then play it back with beep() i know wird


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Not possible. A motherboard beeper can only produce a single frequency at a time. It is therefore not a sufficient device for reproducing recorded sound. For that you would need a speaker which is capable of producing many frequencies simultaneously.

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I was thinking it would beep each hertz recordeed for 0.001 second(s)(1 milisecond)


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Check what the standard sound recorder can do

Programs-Accessories-Entertainment-Sound Recorder:

%SystemRoot%\System32\sndrec32.exe

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I don't think your idea is possible, because the PC Speaker can play only one frequency at a time, with fixed sound level.

All sounds in the nature are complicated mixtures of multiple sinusoidal sound waves with different levels.

The pc speaker can only "speak" the language of R2D2 :rolleyes:

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