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    Can a plugin alter sound?

    I'm evaluating voice chat applications. Does the plugin API have access to the audio bit stream itself? Is it possible to write a plugin that alters either the incoming or outgoing sound? Is it possible to mix sounds with either the incoming or outgoing sound?

    I noticed that I can configure 3 dimensional spatial placement of audio sources from within the TeamSpeak client. Can this be done programmatically with the API?

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    Sounds similar to what a program called voicecloak does. I dont know if it can be build in but there is a way around

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    I think I can do it by using an FMOD module. I read the FMOD users manual yesterday. Now I just need to figure out how it integrates with Teamspeak.

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    It looks like the plugins API is lacking some of the control over FMOD that the client API has. There appears to be a real easy way to alter the sound via the client API by simply monitoring each FMOD channel through a simple callback. This event does not appear to be passed on to the plugins, however.

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