A library that provides access to Mac OS X Audio I/O as streams. Only input is supported so far.
Audio captured is Signed 16-bit PCM, Stereo, 44100Hz, in little-endian byte-order. Alternate capture modes will be supported in future versions.
To install the module for use in your projects:
npm install osx-audio
Pipe input to a writeable file stream:
var fs = ;var audio = ;var input = ;var writable = fs;input;
Creates a readable stream from the system audio's selected input.
- Opening, closing, then opening an input will fail to open. Re-instantiating works fine.
Feel free to send pull requests! I'm not picky, but would like the following:
- Write tests for any new features, and do not break existing tests.
- Be sure to point out any changes that break API.
Reimplements streams (again) and fixes stuttering bugs. Exposes audio event emitter directly if you wanted to use it.
Reimplement streams and change API.
Fixup stream resume crash.
Initial Release. Only input is supported.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Nathan Wittstock
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