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Bobby Prince, composer and sound designer for computer games including Doom and Duke Nukem 3D "This is the kind of book that will stand as one of the defining works in the specialization of audio programming. Gene Turnbow, senior programmer and game designer for Sound Source Interactive, Inc. "I'm amazed at the breadth and depth of Tim's coverage.
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Programmer's Guide to Sound, A. By Tim Kientzle. As a programmer, I'm often frustrated when otherwise excellent books stop just short of giving me the details I need. Published Oct 17, 1997 by Addison-Wesley Professional. A Programmer's Guide To Sound provides detailed technical information about audio storage, processing, and compression, and includes tested C++ source code. For that reason, when I write about programming, I include detailed, tested source code.
A Programmer's Guide to Sound by Tim Kientzle (1997-10-27) Paperback – 1708. by. Tim Kientzle (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. From the Publisher: A Programmer's Guide To Sound provides detailed technical information about audio storage, processing, and compression, and includes tested C++ source code. Developers who wan. More). Scaling bitmaps with Bresenham.
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What makes this book different? Learn concepts together: The problem with many English pronunciation books is that you learn one concept, then another. In American English Pronunciation, you’ll find an integrated approach and learn concepts together. For example, when you learn the sounds, you’ll study what they’re like in stressed and unstressed syllables. Study real conversation: A large chapter at the end takes all of the concepts you’ve learned and applies them to real conversations you’ll hear in everyday American English