Monthly Archives: April 2011

New release available

A new version of the Cricket audio engine is available for download here! This version adds support for Android versions prior to 2.3, along with some bug fixes.

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Native audio programming on Android without OpenSL ES, part 2

In my last post I described how we use JNI and the Java AudioTrack class to output audio from native code on Android versions prior to 2.3 (that is, before the release of OpenSL ES). ┬áBut actually, that’s only half … Continue reading

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Native audio programming in Android without OpenSL ES

Android 2.3 introduced OpenSL ES to the NDK, which is certainly a welcome addition for those of us interested in writing native audio code. Unfortunately, since few if any mobile carriers have yet released the update on their networks, only … Continue reading

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