[linux-audio-dev] some new code that may be of interest

Dave Phillips dlphilp at bright.net
Tue Oct 5 13:56:25 UTC 2004


  Matt Flax sent these announcement to me recently, and since I've not 
had time to update the Linuxsoundapps site I'm passing them on the lists 
for now:

MFFM Time Scale Modification for Audio 
This is an engine which stretches audio without changing its pitch. The 
C++ headers are really easy to use in 3rd party apps.

MFFM Bit Stream <http://sourceforge.net/projects/mffmbitstream/>
This is a library which allows one to stream bits to/from files ... 
handy for those people who want to make an audio compression engine or 

MFFM Multimedia Time Code <http://sourceforge.net/projects/mffmtimecode/>
These C++ headers are great for managing time code ... it automaticly 
expresses time code in any base units ... which must be set up by the 
user ... can run any type of SMPTE, CDDA, etc. .. It is templated so you 
can handle any data type ... audio, video, audio/video.... It also 
includes a type II filter for audio processing ... this is very handy 
for filtering audio with FIR or IIR filters.

Best regards,


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