Linux Sound Programming

Linux Sound Programming
Linux Sound Programming by Jan Newmarch
English | 2017 | ISBN: 1484224953 | 608 Pages | PDF | 10 MB

Program audio and sound for Linux using this practical, how-to guide. You will learn how to use DSPs, sampled audio, MIDI, karaoke, streaming audio, and more. Linux Sound Programming takes you through the layers of complexity involved in programming the Linux sound system. You’ll see the large variety of tools and approaches that apply to almost every aspect of sound. This ranges from audio codecs, to audio players, to audio support both within and outside of the Linux kernel.
What You’ll Learn

  • Work with sampled audio
  • Handle Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Gain knowledge of MIDI
  • Build a Karaoke-like application
  • Handle streaming audio

Who This Book Is For
Experienced Linux users and programmers interested in doing multimedia with Linux.

+Table of Contents
1: Basic Concepts of Sound
2: User-Level Tools
3: Sound Codecs and File Formats
4: Overview of Linux Sound Architecture
6: PulseAudio
7: Jack
8: Session Management
9: Java Sound
10: GStreamer
11: libao
12: FFmpeg/Libav
13: OpenMAX IL
15: Displaying Video with Overlays Using Gtk and FFmpeg
16: MIDI
17: User-Level Tools for MIDI
18: MIDI Java Sound
20: FluidSynth
21: TiMidity
22: Overview of Karaoke Systems
23: Karaoke User-Level Tools
24: MP3+G
25: Karaoke Applications Using Java Sound
26: Subtitles and Closed Captions
27: Karaoke FluidSynth
28: TiMidity and Karaoke
29: Jack and Karaoke
30: Streaming Audio
31: Raspberry Pi
32: Conclusion
A : Decoding the DKD Files on the Sonken Karaoke DVD