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Old 06-08-2003, 10:50 AM   #1
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combining music output

I have two mp3 files on my disk - one of some music and one of spoken word, which I can play together, but running two concurrent mpg123 processes.

Can anyone think of a way of capturing the tesultant audio output and piping it into a file, which I might then be able to do something useful with.. ie re-encode back into mp3 format.

Just a bit of fun, really



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