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    Now I have another question. Does anyone know of a library that simplifies wav parsing? Particulary I am interested in knowing the frequency, pan, and volume of the wave at any given time.

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    I said that poorly, I think. In applications like windows media player they have graphs which show you the volumes of fixed frequencies (like that bar thing). What do they do to find that?

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    Maybe WMP reads the whole file in first?
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    Maybe WMP reads the whole file in first?
    No, WMP uses a buffered system and can still make those frequency graph things when only a portion of the file is read in. Hmmm, maybe I'll have to read some of my dad's signal processing books to figure this out

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