cSound is a really tiny and very easy to use C++ class to play *.WAV, *.MID, and *.RMI files. You can add it to your project without changes. To play a Wave, MIDI, or Riff-MIDI file, you need only one function call!
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What does an image look like when it is dipped in a tub of water when the tub is subjected to a constant vibration? Producing the ripple effect, as when a pebble is thrown in the tub, is difficult. This article provides an explanation on how to produce the graphics ripple effect.
Create a simple C++ 3D computer graphic example. Basic algorithms in this matter are discussed.
Learn about digital sound and how it is stored in a computer. You'll learn to open, extract, and represent the information from a WAVE file.
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[Update] Several demo applications that illustrate how to use the Audio Mixer functions in your own applications.
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