sox-0.2: Play, write, read, convert audio signals using SoxSource codeContentsIndex
class C y => C y where
format :: y -> T
withSignal :: (y -> a) -> sig y -> a
numberOfChannels :: C y => y -> Int
class C y => C y whereSource
format :: y -> TSource
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C Double
C FloatThe floating point instances are dangerous, because Storable Float may not use IEEE format that sox uses according to its man page. This is strange since sox uses the host's endianess for multi-byte values. So, why does it not use the machine's floating point format?
C Int8
C Int16
C Int32
C Word8
C Word16
C Word32
C a => C (T a)
withSignal :: (y -> a) -> sig y -> aSource
numberOfChannels :: C y => y -> IntSource
The argument is not touched and can be undefined
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