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Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platform by Geertjan Wielenga, Jaroslav Tulach, Tim Boudreau

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Chapter Twenty FourUse Case 2: Rich Unger on Application Development

24.1. Introduction

The AudioStation is a small but realistic example of a modular NetBeans Platform application. This application is a simple WAV file editor (Figure 24.1). It was built to work with audio clips containing speech, which would be heard over a telephone. These files use the mu-law encoding, which is commonly used in telephony applications and is natively supported by JavaSound.

Figure 24.1. The AudioStation application

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What would you expect from a basic sound file editor? You can sample your voice using a microphone and view the result as the familiar waveform. ...

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