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> Primer for audio programming?
Treczoks
post Nov 29 2012, 08:54 AM
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Hi, all,

I've got an algorithm that produces audio data as output (48kHz, signed 16 bit, 1 channel). As I'm absolutely clue-free about audio programming on linux, so, at the moment, I just write the data out to a WAV file and listen to/analyse it later. But it would be preferable to be able to listen to the data in realtime, so I might tune some parameters while the program is running.

Where can I find a primer/introduction on audio programming on Linux? Preferred language is C.

Yours, Christian
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michaelk
post Nov 29 2012, 11:23 AM
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I believe you can pipe the output of your program to aplay.
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