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Before you use audio channels, see Supported Hardware.
To learn how to create a session and acquire or generate multichannel
audio, see the Multichannel Audio Input and Output Workflow .
Multichannel Audio Input and Output
Acquire and generate audio signals using one or more device channels
This example shows how to set up a continuous audio acquisition. This example uses a two-channel microphone.
This example shows how to generate audio signals using a Session. This example uses, but does not require, a 5.1 channel sound system.
This example shows how to set up continuous audio generation using multiple audio channels in a session. The signal, a sample of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" is broken up into contiguous segments and played back in two parts. The first part of the example plays each segment on a single speaker and a sub-woofer. The second part plays each segment on a different set of speakers (a choir of voices).
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