sound data file format

December 9, 2011 at 15:49:20
Specs: Windows XP, 2Gb
Ok, I don't care what language i use (Delphi, VC++, VB, VC# etc... I can program them all). My objective is to edit the very bit level data of sound files (preferrably wav/mp3). In fact, I don't even need source code I just need the data format and I can do the rest. Anyone of our esteemed geniuses out there have any idea as to where I can get info on one or both of these data files? It would be greatly appreciated. All I'm finding are "editors" that allow you to cut/paste/splice etc but that is not nearly good enough for my needs right now. I need byte/bit level access and understanding. Thank you in advance for any help or direction to help you can provide.

John borelli

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December 10, 2011 at 04:52:02
You cannot edit a MP3 file as it is compressed. The expanded version would be a WAV. But a. WAV is also an encoded format. The wave form itself is digitally encoded. Possible for monotonic sounds but impossible for polyphonic music. You could easily edit the level of the signal and apply whatever transforms.

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