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You can use libmad for reading the MP3 and libsndfile for writing the
WAV file. Both are coded in C, which can be used from C++. There's also
a number of other libraries that can do the same. Just search for them
on Google. Generally, which one you use boils down to your preference
and your licensing needs. I strongly suggest that you first try to get
started and write some code, then ask for help again if you have
specific technical questions.
Also note that this mailing list is ment to be for discussions on
developing the open-source audio editor "Audacity". General questions
on audio programming are best asked in general programming forums or
Wen <wenminghu@...> schrieb am 23.01.2005, 08:48:19:
> Is there any code which can help me do that? thank u very much!
> any tip would be appreciated.
> With my best regards,
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