[Lab] A Question About Multiple Audio Devices

Michael Grant michael at krazatchu.ca
Sun Apr 6 10:44:50 EDT 2014

Sequentially or simultaneously? Off the shelf hardware should get you
If it turns out to be cost or software prohibitive, an Arduino controlling
an analog MUX would allow pureData to switch inputs/outputs sequentially.


On Sun, Apr 6, 2014 at 10:37 AM, Anthony Scavarelli <
anthony.scavarelli at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone, I was curious if anyone has ever used multiple microphones
> and/or speaker outputs for any interactive projects.
> Basically I want to connect around 7-8 microphones to a computer and
> record from a random one at various times. I would also like to to do the
> same thing with multiple speakers (play sound from a random speaker at
> various times).
> I am thinking I might need some sort of audio board and special software
> (maybe FMOD or Ableton) but beyond this I haven't had much luck finding
> anything just yet.
> Thanks for any help in advance!
> Anthony
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