[Lab] A Question About Multiple Audio Devices

Anthony Scavarelli anthony.scavarelli at gmail.com
Sun Apr 6 10:49:28 EDT 2014

Yes definitely sequentially. This is an interesting solution, thanks Michael. Cost is always an issue ha; but I would want it robust enough to run for a few weeks.

We have used multiplexers for multiple buttons but I have never thought to do so with an audio input.

On Apr 6, 2014, at 10:44 AM, Michael Grant <michael at krazatchu.ca> wrote:

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