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Hi,
Can we make the arduino kit to process the sound from the mic interfaced to it and control the basic media control(Play,Pause,Volume + -) of a computer.. So when we say play in the mic, the computer should play the song in itunes and when we say pause it should stop..

If this is possible with this kit can u explain how to implement it.. I need it very urgently
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Wouldn't you want it to pause when you say "pause", and stop when you say "stop"?
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Yeah i need to "pause" "stop" and all other media control options.. Can we do that?
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Speech recognition with a bare Arduino?
No, I doubt you could do that.
Maybe detect claps, or possibly whistles.
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Speech recognition with a bare Arduino?
No, I doubt you could do that.
Maybe detect claps, or possibly whistles.

What else i could use to make this work?
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The current versions of OS X and Windows (possibly Linux too) have some voice recognition software built in. You probably don't need anything other than a microphone connected to your PC.
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Try this:
http://coolarduino.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/speech-voice-recognition-remix/


 
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As dxw00d said, current versions of Windows already have voice recognition features. However, if you really need to voice control your Arduino, you could try BitVoicer (http://www.bitsophia.com/BitVoicer.aspx).
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I am interested in how the BitVoicer software works. Does anyone have some sample code they could share. I am just trying to light some leds in response to voice commands.
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There is a voice recognition module for the arduino called EasyVR, that might work for you.
http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10685
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