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    Current Platform Audio Specs

    Does anyone have a link to a comprehensive view of current game platform audio specifications? Aaron covers some of this in his book, but it doesn't include many of the new systems.

    Specifically I'm looking for information about file formats, RAM allocation, channels, FX, etc.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Current Platform Audio Specs

    Quote Originally Posted by Symbiotic
    Aaron covers some of this in his book, but it doesn't include many of the new systems. Specifically I'm looking for information about file formats, RAM allocation, channels, FX, etc.
    Sorry about that.... trying to negotiate a 2nd edition so I can cover all the new platforms but the publisher doesn't seem to be too keen on the idea at this point.

    But, if they finally come to see my side of the argument, I'll most definitely make sure it's all in there.

    In the meantime, good luck!

    Aaron

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    Re: Current Platform Audio Specs

    Here are some specs for the 360:

    http://reviews.designtechnica.com/re...pecs12894.html

    and for the PS3, it isn't out yet but there is some info:

    http://www.ps3land.com/ps3specs.php

    As far as fx go, it's all software driven for both so it's up to the developer to decide which lower-level API to use and how to implement DSP.
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    Re: Current Platform Audio Specs

    Aaron - Just tell us who's knees we need to break!

    Mike - Thanks for those links. Got anything on DS or PSP?

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    Re: Current Platform Audio Specs

    I can answer any questions you'll need for the PSP; I've been working on the platform for over a year now. Shoot me an email offline if you have any questions.

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