dsp for echo in net phone


OSNN Addict
3 Apr 2002
Can anyone tell me if I can get standalone software for processing sound from my onboard soundcard to improve the echo in my computer phone? I know there is built in DSP codecs in many of the phone clients, but that limits you to using those specific clients or software for the phone and your stuck with their rates and firewall limitations. It seems like you could get this separately to process onboard sound to enable you to get the advantages of being able to use any phone software and still have control over processing out echo effects. Has anyone got any ideas on this?


The Analog Kid
16 Mar 2002
You could probably look around for a directX feedback eliminator plugin (not all are standlone, they need a host applicaton) or another way to do it would be to take a sample of the echo and use a noise reduction plugin.

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