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ta98otani@gmail.com wrote in message <6c5eb5a7-48d3-4a7d-be4e-76d1f94b3da6@googlegroups.com>...
> Yes. You can use system object found in DSP system toolbox.
> You can capture Realtime audio and play back in Realtime (as much as your CPU can take it)
> 
> Takuya

Great, I found "from audio device" tool, but how do I send the information to my code as "x" for example? my code is in a .m file(obviously) how do I insert my code in simulink so I can connect the circuit?

Thank,
Diogo