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A simple C# Wave editor, part 1: Background and analysis

, 5 Aug 2004
The first phase of a RIFF/Wave editing "swiss army knife", in which we'll learn how to extract all the data present in common Wave files and store it in an XML document.
mmwaveeditx.zip
MMWaveEditX
MMWaveEditX.dsw
MMWaveEditX.def
MMWaveEditX.clw
MMWaveEditX.odl
MMWaveEditX.dsp
MMWaveEditXCtl.bmp
MMWaveEditX.aps
Release
MMWaveEditX.ocx
waveedittest.zip
WaveEditTest
WaveEditTest.dsp
WaveEditTest.clw
WaveEditTest.dsw
res
WaveEditTest.ico
Release
WaveEditTest.exe
MMWaveEditX.dsw
MMWaveEditX.def
MMWaveEditX.clw
MMWaveEditX.odl
MMWaveEditX.dsp
MMWaveEditXCtl.bmp
MMWaveEditX.ocx
waveedit_demo.zip
waveedit_src.zip

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Jonathan Kade
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Jonathan Kade is a native of Detroit, MI. He's interested in multimedia, hardware/software interfacing, working with low-level data, and low-level programming in general.

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