libsndfile for Mac OS

Libsndfile is an audio programming library that supports reading and writing a large variety of soundfile formats. It is a portable and cross-platform C library running on Linux, Unix, Windows, and Mac OS (Classic or OS X). Libsndfile was written by Erik de Castro Lopo and is maintained by him at http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/.

libsndfile 1.0.11, 1.0.10

New March 13, 2007

I am providing pre-compiled static libraries of libsndfile versions 1.0.10 and 1.0.11 for Mac OS 7-9, compiled with CodeWarrior pro 8. I have made a few small modifications so that they would compile again on that platform but this is not a “port” since Erik already had support for Mac OS 9 in his code. That support was just a little out-of-date, and I hope this update will make it easier for any interested programmers to make use of this great library. (I am using it to build Csound 5 on Mac OS). These versions are a little old now but they are the last ones that I am aware of to include the Mac OS 9 support.

Libsndfile is free software licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. I have, of course, included the full, modified source code and my IDE projects with these packages. You will need a similar version of CodeWarrior to use the static libraries, else you will have to recompile.

Downloads:

libsndfile-1.0.11.img.bin (1.2 MB)

libsndfile-1.0.10.img.bin (1.2 MB)

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You can direct questions, comments, and bug reports to me if you like and I will answer your emails, but I most likely will not continue to update this software.

Feel free to leave a public comment below or send other feedback via the email address on my contact page.

THANKS!! :)

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