How to piece together multiple sound files into one streamed .wav or .mp3 file?
My friend is trying to build an FM transmitter and wants to broadcast a DNA sequence over it (mitochondria).
So, to help him out I want to help him making the .wav or .mp3 file to broadcast this sequence with.
What I have is a bunch of .wav files of a voice recorded saying a letter such as 'A'
I also have a text file with a string of about 18000 characters.
What I want to do is import all of these .wav files into my program and then randomly associate one of the files to each individual character in the string.
What I'm trying to figure out is how to import these .wav files, randomize them to the character buffer, one char at a time and then output a single .wav or .mp3 file that has the recorded voices saying the DNA sequence.
Anyone know how to do this and is it possible? Let me know if you need more details. I wasn't really sure what language to do this in but picked C as it is the one I am currently learning. i'm willing to use something else if C won't work though.
Any sort of direction on where to start would help a lot. I'm not concerned about how to do the randomizing or how to handle the string or anything. mostly i'm concerned with how to output all these .wav files into one .wav file