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How to load and edit sounds recorded by Audio Sound Recorder for .NET

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Audio Sound Editor for .NET can be integrated with an existing instance of Audio Sound Recorder for .NET in order to edit sounds coming from one of the available input devices or from the Internet..

 

Loading and editing contents of a recording session, completed through Audio Sound Recorder for .NET, is really straightforward: you simply need calling the LoadSoundFromRecordingSession method passing the hWnd property of the instance of Audio Sound Recorder for .NET.

 

After completing an editing session Audio Sound Recorder for .NET can obtain back contents of the edited sound through a call to its RecorderStartFromEditingSession method, in this case passing the hWnd property of the instance Audio Sound Editor for .NET : after loading back contents of the editor into the recorder, it would be also possible uploading the edited sound to a FTP server through the RecordedSound.RequestUploadToFTP method of Audio Sound Recorder for .NET.

 

When instancing both components inside the same form, it's highly recommended initializing Audio Sound Recorder for .NET first through a call to its InitRecorder method and then initializing Audio Sound Editor for .NET through a call to the InitEditor method.

 

If you should be interested in this specific integration, we suggest you adopting our Audio Sound Studio for .NET solution which contains both components inside one single setup package: this package contains also the source code of a further sample, named "SoundStudio", which demonstrates how to use and integrate both control inside the same application.