It’s been way too long since I last released a version of NAudio, but finally just before the end of last year I managed to release NAudio 1.8.0 which contains lots of new features and bugfixes. It’s available on NuGet which is the best way to get hold of it.
The release notes on GitHub contain a fairly detailed breakdown of what’s new so I won’t repeat that all here. There are a few Windows 10 / UWP related changes, but I’m still personally preferring AudioGraph as my first choice if writing audio apps on UWP, so NAudio remains primarily focused on regular (classic?) Windows application development.
I’ve added several extension methods for
ISampleProvider such as
ToStereo, which allows a more fluent interface style of programming.
There have been a number of great community contributions. One which many people have wanted for a long time is a version of
MediaFoundationReader that supports a Stream input, and this is now available with
As I said in my end of year review, I don’t have the same amount of time these days to progress the NAudio project, so it is mostly getting bugfixes and minor new features, but I do try to stay on top of answering questions on GitHub and StackOverflow, and it’s great to see that the library continues to prove useful to many people.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed and supported the development of NAudio so far.