Monthly Archives: July 2011

Cricket Audio 1.0.18 beta released

New in this version: Added support for two new data formats: ADPCM and 8-bit PCM. 8-bit PCM data uses 8 bits per sample, compared to 16 bits for the default 16-bit PCM; ADPCM is a compressed format that uses only … Continue reading

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Where to next?

We’re officially in beta now, which means that we think the Cricket Audio Engine has enough features to be useful, but here’s still a long list of features we’re eager to add. Our development resources are limited, though, and we … Continue reading

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Cricket 1.0 beta, build 16 released

This is a minor update to the 1.0 beta. New in this release: Added the ability to specify the number of loops for a looping sound (requested by a user); Added support in cktool for WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE format .wav files; Improved … Continue reading

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Cricket 1.0 beta now available!

A beta release of version 1.0 of the Cricket Audio Engine is now available! This release has a number of stability enhancements, a cleaner interface, and a few new features (such as pitch shift and pan). Cricket also now has … Continue reading

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