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Old 7th December 2011, 06:48 PM   #11
boris81 is offline boris81  United States
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WAV is more of a guideline than a defined structure.
The format of how the data is stored must be described in the file header.

Most people happen to use the original structure so there are no problems when reading the files but WAV is so flexible that you can come up with your own data structure if you wish. The software you are using might be arranging the data in a way that players can not read.
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