**This class will generate binaural sounds.
****Goal: ActiveX object that generates binaural beats.**
How do you develop a binaural beat?
Binaural beats example: each channel of sound has exactly one frequency in it. The left channel stays constant at a constant frequency of 150 Hz, while the right channel goes from 150 Hz to 152 Hz. Notice that the two sounds start beating. Now listen only to one channel at a time, no beating is heard. The beating is being created inside the auditory cortex.
-So, the ActiveX should have at least the following properties:
Base Frequency value (use floating point values for a decent precision, example [url removed, login to view])
Binaural beat frequency. (Example 7Hz)
Amplitude should be controlled and manipulated using properties and methods, the object will be capable to increase or reduce amplitude at specified moments.
In other words: a programable “fade-in/fade-out control?? is required.
-Finally: If you are good enough with DirectSound, and you can generate up to five binaural beats at the very same time it would be great, and you'll probably win the bid.
(5 binaural beats will need 10 real-time generated waves, all at different base frequencies from a specified range in the object properties, and all those waves will be mixed in real-time)
All sounds should be *VERY* precise and real-time generated.
Output: real-time playback, or .wav file.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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