[chuck-users] minimizing load time for tons of audio

William Nye_COMCAST nye22 at comcast.net
Mon Mar 29 17:07:59 EDT 2010

The command-line gui-free approach can be done in Windows also,
using DSrender.exe, which "plays" almost any kind of media.
Oops, I've been using that for so long I forgot that it didn't
come with Windows but was instead a sample app from a
book that I read:
I don't know how good an idea this is but I can zip up the 164Kb
executable and mail to anyone to try.  -Bill

> From: Robert Poor <rdpoor at gmail.com>
> Michael:
> If you're on a Mac, and If you're comfortable with simple command line
> programming, have you considered using the "afplay" command? <...>
> On 2010Mar29, at 08:26, Michael Hammond wrote:
>> i have a quick question for all you audio programmers out there.
>> so i'm looking for the quickest, cheapest way possible to play large
>> quantities of audio (preferably wav or aif files). <...>

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