C/C++ library to incorporate sound and sound effects into games
Libgaudio is a C/C++ library to facilitate easy incorporation of sound and sound effects into games. Samples are loaded into memory and playback is then triggered or stopped. The system mixes any number of concurrently playing samples together (up to a predefined maximum). It is also possible to include a background MP3 soundfile in the mix.
released on 13 December 2000
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|GPLv2||Janet Casey||12 December 2000|
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