Yes. Following the demo pack hark cookbook suggested, I figured that out.
That is really great to know. I could get some help out here. I am a beginner in this field.
I used the demo network from here http://www.hark.jp/networks/HARK_recog_220.127.116.11_practice2.zip , changed it to suit my pseye. It shows sound localization and separation results. But i am still figuring out to interpret those results because in sound localization graph, I get too many lines of graph even though speakers are just two. Plus, the amplitude of separated sound is extremely low. I cannot hear them out properly. Has such problem occur to you? Is there gain or such parameters in it? I couldn’t find.
Anyway, I will be working on it whole week. Will be glad to know your results and get help, if i get stuck somewhere.