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SoundComposer.ItemAmplitudeGet method

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Obtains the amplitude used to generate a specific item. The amplitude can be modified through the SoundComposer.ItemAmplitudeSet method.

This method cannot be used to obtain the amplitude of a sliding wave tone: for this purpose you can use the SoundComposer.ItemSlidingWaveToneLimitsGet method.


For further details about sound composing see the the SoundComposer object and the How to compose a sound tutorial.





[Visual Basic]

control.SoundComposer.ItemAmplitudeGet (

nUniqueId as Long,

ByRef fAmplitude as Single

) as enumErrorCodes



short control.SoundComposer.ItemAmplitudeGet (

long nUniqueId,

float *fAmplitude








The unique identifier of the element previously returned by the call to one of the following methods:

- SoundComposer.ItemDtmfStringAdd for DTMF items.

- SoundComposer.ItemNoiseAdd for noise tone items.

- SoundComposer.ItemSlidingWaveToneAdd for sliding wave tone items.

- SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileAdd, SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileMemoryAdd, SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileRawAdd, SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileMemoryRawAdd, SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileFromEditorAdd,and SoundComposer.ItemSoundFileFromRecorderAdd for sound file items

- SoundComposer.ItemWaveToneAdd for wave tone items.

- SoundComposer.ItemSpeechFromStringAdd and SoundComposer.ItemSpeechFromFileAdd for text to speech items.


Reference that, on return from the method call, will contain the item's amplitude.

- value 0.0 means that sound volume is muted

- values higher than 0.0 and smaller than 1.0 attenuate the sound volume

- value 1.0 sets the sound at full volume

- values higher than 1.0 amplify the sound volume



Return value






Negative value

An error occurred, check the LastError property value in order to get the error code

enumErrorCodes.ERR_NOERROR (0)

The method call was successful