[music-dsp] Startup for a newbie
lemieuxsimon at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 15 19:32:38 EDT 2001
> To answer your questions, basically you just have the setup up /dev/dsp for sample
> rate, channels and bitwidth (ie 8 or 16). then you can pretty much write to it
> and everything should work.
> There is a really simple example of playing a sound file using libsndfile at
> The part you should be inertested in is the function open_dsp_device().
> For more advanced /dev/dsp material have a look at the OSS programmers guide at:
Alright! Thanks a lot!
I'll stop bugging you with these newbie questions and I'll be back in a few days
to ask Beginners questions! ;)
Well, thanks and see ya!
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