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  • I'm afraid not. You've basically got two methods of using audio:


    Using audio_serial_write() - there's a bit of a delay when sending a command as it's got to wait for the capacitor to charge up, but you don't need any special permissions and it only uses CPU on your PC when sending.


    This obviously needs access to the mic, and so needs you to click 'ok' when the web browser prompts you - and it uses CPU on your PC all the time, because it's constantly analysing the waveform.

    It uses this code - however it depends on stuff in 'EspruinoTools'. It could easily be extracted though, so I'd be interested in a pull request if anyone wanted to pull it out into a self-contained file...


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