I've just encountered Juce and I'm trying to figure out if the following things are possible. I've been searching in the API reference and such where I encountered some intereseting things but I'm not quite sure if it'll be possible to do what I want.
So, first of all I'll explain the general idea of what I'm trying to do. I am trying to process audio from multiple sources triggered at different times to a single file with added filters (like panning, volume change, low pass filter,...). After the filtering is done I would like it to be written to a file batch per batch. For example, I need 10 samples of sound. I get those from the different sources, send them to Juce, Juce does the mixing and filtering and at the end it's written to a file. Rinse repeat (but maybe with a different number of samples). Also, the output from Juce has to be appended to a final file.
Ok so, if the previous "story" was clear I'm in need of the following information:
- Can Juce process a select number of samples from a stream or data from memory? If so, what is the best way to load them?
- Can Juce process those streams and mix them together, add a filter to one of them, change the volume,...? If so, where do I have to look?
- Can Juce output this result to a file or to a new data stream which I can use?
I have been looking at the IntroJucer but the code I get from creating an Audio Application is quite overwhelming and I can't really figure out where to start.
I hope this was clear.
Thanks in advance for the information!