[LAD] [libsndfile-users] help with libsndfile/etc

Renato Fabbri renato.fabbri at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 13:41:23 UTC 2008

Hi Algomantra, Hi LAD list,

There is some code for using libsndfile for similar tasks.

actually, this are some friendly shortcuts for using libsndfile:

and this file has some testing/examples of usage:

you can get that code with:
svn co http://svn.assembla.com/svn/audioexperiments/Sndobject

For playback, i like portaudio for it is the only one i have used in c++.
its easy and seems to play with what is available (jack/alsa okay as far as
i went). Take a look on its demo code (that comes when you co its
repository), i found some straight line reusable code there.


2008/10/24 Fred Gleason <fredg at paravelsystems.com>

> On Friday 24 October 2008 07:34:53 am AlgoMantra wrote:
> > I've used dev/dsp to spit sound but people say its deprecated.
> Don't be afraid of OSS.  While it's not perfect for every application (*no*
> audio API is), it is still very effective for some.  It has the great
> benefit
> of simplicity -- open a device, set a couple of ioctls, write data, and
> you're done.  For simple cases, the whole business can be done in a about a
> dozen lines.  See:
>        http://manuals.opensound.com/developer/
> Cheers!
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