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Usually, an application that plays encoded files (be it audio or video) will need to decode that file to a format that the target interface (be it a video or audio interface) can output on a standard port (like analog or spdif for audio, hdmi or vga for video). Most audio interfaces are waiting for PCM datas. Depending on the OS host of the platform, the ...


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I recommend you to start with pulse-code modulation files (.WAV, .AIFF, etc.): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse-code_modulation What is stored in a typical CD-quality PCM file is nothing more than a few metadata markers, and a trunk of stereo data kept as numbers(note, they may be floating numbers or integers). You can view PCM files as a "dump" from ...


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I'm building a Passive Mid-Side encoder that might do the trick for you. It has multiple ins and outs, you can monitor each channel with dedicated direct outs, uses quality Jensen transformers, and for now it comes in an attractive box hand made from reclaimed redwood. I'm going to sell a couple of these soon for something less than a grand ($US). There's ...


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