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    Is it possible to insert recorded audio data into an existing file?

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    You mean like, you have a song(0:00-3:23) and you want to insert a part of another song(0:00-0:09) in the middle to result in a song(0:00-3:32)? The best think I can think of is Java Media Framework

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    Thanks collin,

    i wil explain what i want. i have a wav file. am playing the file using clip.start(). While playing wav file i have pressed the pause button, after that i have pressed record button, capture new audio and insert this new file into the place where i pressed pause button. The result is previousFile_beforePause + newWavFile + previousFile_afterPause

    Any help?
    Last edited by evan_earnest; 01-20-2010 at 10:51 AM.

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    ...................any help?
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