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How to use and input audio wav file into a Wolfram demonstration
I am trying to send a Wolfram demo, which contains a sound wav file.
sound = Import["C:/myfile.wav", "Data"]; snd := sound[]; or snd = sound[];
Is it ...
Aug 4 '12 at 11:32
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