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Learning Processing by Daniel Shiffman

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Chapter 20. Sound

“Check. Check. Check 1. Sibilance. Sibilance. Check. Check. Check 2. Sibilance. Sibilance.”

Barry the Roadie

In this chapter:

  • –Libraries for Sound.

  • –Simple sound playback.

  • –Playback with adjusting volume, pitch, and pan.

  • –Microphone as sound sensor.

Processing does not have built-in support for sound. Not that there is anything wrong with sound. Not that Processing has a personal grudge against sound. There is just no built-in sound. As we discussed in the introduction to this book, Processing is a programming language and development environment, rooted in Java, designed for learning to program in a visual context. So, if you want to develop large-scale interactive applications primarily focused on sound, you should really ask yourself: ...

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