Re: Fading in a .wav file?

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On 6/3/07, Hal <haltec@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

        Greetings: I have a 3 minute .wav file that "bumps" in, so wanted to
"soften" or fade in the beginning, making a copy..

        How would you do that aside from transferring to analogue?? The file
is "standard" 41000 stereo.. TIA..


you could use SDL for playing the file, and SDL could do all the work
for you, I'm sure there are quite a few libraries out there which can
do that for you. You might decrease the value of the sine curve to
lower the volume.

Markus
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