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Learning Core Audio: A Hands-On Guide to Audio Programming for Mac and iOS by Kevin Avila, Chris Adamson

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Footnotes

Acknowledgments

1 Find up-to-date listening stats at www.last.fm/user/invalidname.

Introduction

1 Core Audio used to be a separate download, which has confused a few developers when they’ve seen it listed separately on Apple’s Development Kits page. That download is needed only if you’re developing on Tiger (Mac OS X 10.4.x).

Chapter 3

1 The term decimal point applies only in base 10. The generic term is radix point.

Chapter 4

1 From here on out, you won’t need Foundation’s conveniences such as NSLog(), so in the downloadable sample code, this and all subsequent Mac command-line projects use the Core Foundation template.

2 Audio Hardware Services does not exist on iOS. To get the hardware sample rate on iPhone, we use Audio Session ...

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