This module demonstrates the AmAudioMixIn, used in the IVR, where
it is called IvrAudioMixIn. The AmAudioMixIn is an audio device
that uses two AmAudio 'devices' (in the IVR: IvrAudioFile) as audio
sources, plays the first one, and periodically mixes in the second one.
The period, i.e. the time between two times mixing in the second audio,
can be specified, as well as the level with which the second one is
mixed into the first.
The last parameter, a boolean, specifies whether
playback of the second audio should be finished if the first is finished
while mixing in the second.
With the mix_once and the mix_immediate it can be specified whether it should
be mixed in onyl once, and whether it should be mixed in immediately.
E.g. if there should be some prompt or info tone played into the background
of a call, mix_once=True and mix_immediate=True are useful.
If level == 0, playback of the first is not continued when playing the
second, which means that it continues right where it was before
playback of the second started.
init(IvrAudioFile first, IvrAudioFile second,
int interval, float level, boolean finish,
boolean mix_once, boolean mix_immediate)
AmAudioMixIn(AmAudio* A, AmAudioFile* B,
unsigned int interval, double level,
where flags definitions can be found in AmAudioMixIn.h