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Thanks for the response to the first two questions. How about the last question? Let’s say OpenEars does its job as usual, but as it is receiving audio buffers and recognizing spoken commands, we can tap in to the audio buffer event processing. Can we then observe audio buffer events, so each time a new buffer arrives we can grab a copy of the audio buffer for the app’s other purposes?
The reason I am asking this is that we cannot work with the wave file. What we are doing with the audio file requires the same level of low-latency that OpenEars provides for speech recognition (we need to process audio buffers nearly simultaneously alongside OpenEars).