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    Can anyone help?

    Hi, i'm a complete noob but I was wondering if anyone could offer me some help ASAP. I am trying to write code to normalise a .wav file based on the peak value and reverse a .wav file. I don't know where to start as I had some code a while ago that got deleted.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    "Any code is appreciated" you mean? Sorry mate

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    I suggest you search the web for tools that do this. A complete noob is simply not capable of writing audio manipulation algorithms, and we're not doing it for you.
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    A whole FAQ entry dedicated to your topic title.
    http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ons.html#prune

    Try a search engine and type in "wav file format" and start reading.
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