CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier Class Reference

Time-domain audio gain. More...

#include <AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx>

List of all members.

Public Types

typedef AudioAmplifierConfig Config

Public Member Functions

 AudioBufferAmplifier (const ProcessingConfig &config=Config())
 ~AudioBufferAmplifier ()
bool Do ()
 Supervised mode execution method (using ports).
bool Do (const Audio &in, Audio &out, float gain)
virtual bool SupportsVariableAudioSize () const
 This method reports whether the processing supports dynamic buffer-size host.

Protected Member Functions

const ProcessingConfigGetConfig () const
 Configuration getter.
bool ConcreteConfigure (const ProcessingConfig &config)
 Configuration method interface.

Detailed Description

Time-domain audio gain.

Very simple time-domain linear audio amplifier. For lower the volume choose values between 0 and 1. Values over 1 will amplify the audio signal. Gain=1 means no change.

Definition at line 55 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

Member Typedef Documentation

Reimplemented from CLAM::Processing.

Definition at line 112 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::AudioBufferAmplifier ( const ProcessingConfig config = Config()  )  [inline]

Definition at line 70 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

References CLAM::Processing::Configure().

CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::~AudioBufferAmplifier (  )  [inline]

Definition at line 76 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

Member Function Documentation

bool CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::ConcreteConfigure ( const ProcessingConfig  )  [inline, protected, virtual]

Configuration method interface.

The Processing base class forces all the concrete classes derived from it to implement this method, which must actually perform the specific configuration tasks.

Note that the user can not call this method directly. He will use Configure instead. The argument is expected to be an object of the necesary concrete configuration class.

Reference to the configuration object.
false if the object is not yet fully configured. (For example, if some important configuration attribute such as number of ports was set to zero in the config object)

true if the processing object is left in a consistent state, and can be executed.

This method must throw a bad_cast exception if the argument is not an object of the expected configuration class.

Reimplemented from CLAM::Processing.

Definition at line 118 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

References CLAM::Processing::CopyAsConcreteConfig(), CLAM::InControl< ControlDataType >::DoControl(), CLAM::InControlBase::SetBounds(), and CLAM::InControlBase::SetDefaultValue().

bool CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::Do ( const Audio in,
Audio out,
float  gain 
) [inline]

Definition at line 95 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

References CLAM::Audio::GetSize(), and CLAM::Audio::SetSize().

bool CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::Do (  )  [inline, virtual]

Supervised mode execution method (using ports).

A boolean telling whether it has been output

Implements CLAM::Processing.

Definition at line 81 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

References CLAM::InControl< ControlDataType >::GetLastValue().

const ProcessingConfig& CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::GetConfig (  )  const [inline, protected, virtual]

Configuration getter.

Gets the configuration parameters used to create the object.

Const reference to the configuration object. The usual way to perform a configuration change in the processing object is to take a copy of this reference, to change it and to send it with the Configure method. If not overriden, it returns a NullProcessingConfig.

Reimplemented from CLAM::Processing.

Definition at line 117 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

virtual bool CLAM::AudioBufferAmplifier::SupportsVariableAudioSize (  )  const [inline, virtual]

This method reports whether the processing supports dynamic buffer-size host.

Reimplemented from CLAM::Processing.

Definition at line 114 of file AudioBufferAmplifier.hxx.

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