Creating and using digital audio files under the Windows operating environment
AbstractMacintosh and Amiga users have had good sound playback facilities for years; recent models of the Mac have recording capabilities as well. While sound boards for MS DOS PCs have been around for quite some time, audio formatting standards have been nonexistent, and memory restrictions have placed severe limits on the amount of sound which can be recorded. The advent of Windows has changed things. This paper suggests that PCs with Windows are capable of serious audio work, and mentions factors to be aware of before setting forth on sound ventures with a PC.
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