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Martin Wilde's Audio Programming Book

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Oddly specific shot in the dark here. Just started reading Martin D. Wilde's audio programming for interactive games book. I bought it used, but it did not come with its accompaniment CD.

I'm not sure how ethical this is, but does anybody out there happen to have the CD to this book they could upload to me? Or anyone know how I can contact the author? Again, I paid for the book, but got ripped off from getting the CD. Woe is me!

By the way, the book is great so far for those interested in the topic!

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I've got a copy of the book and the CD. I could get you a copy of the disc. PM me to work it out.

 

Thanks!

 

Nate

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By the way, the book is great so far for those interested in the topic!

 

 Is this the 2004 book?  What's in it that's still relevant?  I've always want to do some audio programming from scratch.

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Yes, it's the 2004 book. To be honest, I know very little about audio programming which is why I'm reading up on it. Not even sure how relevant it is since it is 10 years old! But, I'm deep into learn C++ so learning how this book build a basic audio engine with C++ can't hurt. I hope? 

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Yes, it's the 2004 book. To be honest, I know very little about audio programming which is why I'm reading up on it. Not even sure how relevant it is since it is 10 years old! But, I'm deep into learn C++ so learning how this book build a basic audio engine with C++ can't hurt. I hope? 

 

Actually, I wouldn't mind doing some of that stuff by scratch.  Do you know off hand what OS or APIs it uses for the sound stuff?

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