Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.sound.sampled.FloatControl.Type

Packages that use FloatControl.Type
javax.sound.sampled Provides interfaces and classes for capture, processing, and playback of sampled audio data. 
 

Uses of FloatControl.Type in javax.sound.sampled
 

Fields in javax.sound.sampled declared as FloatControl.Type
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.AUX_RETURN
          Represents a control for the auxiliary return gain on a line.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.AUX_SEND
          Represents a control for the auxiliary send gain on a line.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.BALANCE
          Represents a control for the relative balance of a stereo signal between two stereo speakers.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.MASTER_GAIN
          Represents a control for the overall gain on a line.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.PAN
          Represents a control for the relative pan (left-right positioning) of the signal.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.REVERB_RETURN
          Represents a control for the post-reverb gain on a line.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.REVERB_SEND
          Represents a control for the pre-reverb gain on a line.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.SAMPLE_RATE
          Represents a control that changes the sample rate of audio playback.
static FloatControl.Type FloatControl.Type.VOLUME
          Represents a control for the volume on a line.
 

Constructors in javax.sound.sampled with parameters of type FloatControl.Type
FloatControl(FloatControl.Type type, float minimum, float maximum, float precision, int updatePeriod, float initialValue, String units)
          Constructs a new float control object with the given parameters.
FloatControl(FloatControl.Type type, float minimum, float maximum, float precision, int updatePeriod, float initialValue, String units, String minLabel, String midLabel, String maxLabel)
          Constructs a new float control object with the given parameters
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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