From: Dave Fancella <david.fancella@at...> - 2003-01-25 00:12:21
This sound library you guys are using, it's cross platform, right? Presu=
it uses DirectSound on Windows and alsa on Linux (there's no other right =
Um, is there a URL for just the library with reference and stuff, or is t=
library an inseparable part of audacity?
I ask because I've decided that I need a drum machine that runs from the=20
command line rather than a fancy gui. Too often in creating the gui the=20
function of the drum machine suffers, so I intend to make it without a gu=
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I slipped in oh so fast,
Grabbed the president by the necktie
And wiped my funky ass, hey"
From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2003-01-25 00:33:52
On Jan 24, Dave Fancella wrote:
> This sound library you guys are using, it's cross platform, right?
Yes. PortAudio: <http://portaudio.com/>
(That's for sound input and output. For reading and writing files, we
> Presumably it uses DirectSound on Windows and alsa on Linux (there's
> no other right way, right?).
Actually, Audacity uses the older OSS (Linux) and WMME (Windows)
interfaces. But PortAudio has or will soon have both DS and ALSA
support as well.