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Last month I wrote an article on CodeProject explaining how you can use NAudio to encode or decode audio in any format for which you have a codec. I’m linking to it here, as it’s one of the topics I get asked about regularly. If you want to know how to decode or encode MP3, WMA, AAC, GSM, a-law or any other formats, then head over there. The article includes a lot of background information that will help you understand why some conversions can’t be done in a single step. I wrote it to give me something to point people to when they have questions about various encoding or decoding tasks with NAudio.

Want to get up to speed with the the fundamentals principles of digital audio and how to got about writing audio applications with NAudio? Be sure to check out my Pluralsight courses, Digital Audio Fundamentals, and Audio Programming with NAudio.
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