A Programmer's Guide to Sound

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Addison-Wesley Developers Press, 1998 - Computers - 446 pages
From the roar of the jet engines in a flight simulator to the use of voice annotations, sound is becoming a critical aspect of all applications. This text provides a comprehensive, practical resource for programmers, presenting the basic principles of sound and sound processing, together with concrete implementation details for a variety of sound file formats and algorithms. The CD-ROM includes royalty-free sound libraries and a collection of utilities.

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About the author (1998)

Tim Kientzle has a PhD in mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley and has developed software for PDAs, embedded systems, and desktop systems. In addition he has taught mathematics, and has written numerous books and magazine articles on software development. Currently he works as a senior technical editor for Dr. Dobb's Journal.


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