AeonWave-OpenAL was specially created as an accessible and open source emulation layer that makes use of AeonWave to build a very fast OpenAL rendering.
OpenAL is was built as a 3D audio API that can be used by gaming apps and many other types of audio tools.







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* builds OpenAL from AeonWave, a cross platform open source OpenAL wrapper
* access OpenAL controls using the device API (available on IOS and Android)
* contains AeonWave files for all chipsets
* the resulting OpenAL.dll is cross platform ready
* the resulting OpenAL.dll makes use of AeonWave libraries to make a fast a portable OpenAL implementation
* OpenAL is a very powerful API but requires a lot of resources and time to build.
AeonWave-OpenAL Platforms:
* Windows: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows NT
* MAC OS: macOS 10.7 or newer
* Linux: Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 14.10
* Android: Android versions 2.2 and higher
* iOS: iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPod touch 6th generation
How to install:
* Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP:


* Linux:
1) Download and install AeonWave-OpenAL.
2) Run the executable AeonWave-OpenAL to install
3) If you want to use AeonWave’s OpenAL files, run AeonWave-OpenAL again to build AeonWave-OpenAL for your system.
4) If you want to use AeonWave’s own OpenAL files, open any project in the AeonWave project folder with the latest version of Visual Studio or NetBeans.
5) Build the solution.
6) Optionally, you can select a Debug or Release target and run or not the resulting exe
7) If you run the resulting exe, it will install AeonWave-OpenAL into a folder of your choosing
How to use the resulting OpenAL.dll:
* Windows: run the executable Xamarin-OpenAL and select “OpenAL32” as the platform
* MAC OS: Run the executable libaonwave-openal-osx
* Linux: Run the executable or on Unix/Mac OS X openal.d or openal.bash
* Android:

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OpenAL stream format
This document describes the OpenAL stream format.
OpenAL provides the following stream format:
Section “Mix” header
Total samples: 24 (i.e. 16 * stereo samples and 4 *
binaural samples)
Sample rate: 48kHz
Channels: 2
Section “Int” header
Total int samples: 24
Sample rate: 48kHz
Channels: 2
Section “Stream” header
Total samples: 24
Sample rate: 48kHz
Channels: 2
In this document the following notation is used:
A good audio streaming algorithm should be able to work with any numeric representation of the decoded audio format,
for example 16 bits, 24 bits, 32 bits, and float in most cases.
This document requires specific representations for some common formats
such as compressed WAV.
The samples are represented using mono 16 bit signed data.
A “Float” value is denoted as the following:
sign * exponent * mantissa
The mantissa is a binary fraction whose value ranges from 0.0 to 1.0,
where 1.0 represents the smallest increment of the mantissa.
The mantissa is represented as a binary fraction with leading zeros.
A “Float” value can be represented as any of the following:
The “16.16f” value is equivalent to “16.16p-1” (i.e. integer part is truncated).
The 16.16f value is the most common type to use since most audio players have
an API that handles such values.
The “16” value is truncated (i.e. not a binary fraction).
The 16.16 value is suitable when a small floating point gap is acceptable.
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The “16.16” value


AeonWave is a framework that provides support for OpenAL by means of plugins, and it is primarily designed to be used by audio applications.
• Supports 32 and 64 bit using AeonWave plugins
• Very easy to use
• Simple API
• Supports Linux and Windows
• Complete documentation
• Windows, Linux and MacOS X: v1.5.0
• Normalized to -5 dB db
• Restrained to 1 kHz
• 8 Channels (8 in 32-bit, 16 in 64-bit)
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AeonWave-OpenAL has been specially designed to provide a really good performance in OpenAL, so you don’t need to hack it to achieve the best possible performance. You can select the OpenAL sample rate, number of channels, sample size and even the threading policy that is used to optimize the performance.
AeonWave-OpenAL uses the AL_FORMAT_MONO8 as the default format and it is sampled at a rate of 44.1 kHz.
Using AeonWave-OpenAL is super easy! You simply need to use the aewav.dll file that is provided with the AeonWave-OpenAL package. AeonWave-OpenAL re-implements the OpenAL API and therefore it will not have the same functionality as the original OpenAL API.

Under Cygwin, you should also be able to run the aewav.dll as an.exe and execute it to test if you can get it to work.

To configure the sample rate, you need to provide the sample_rate attribute to the OpenALDevice, and the first value that you give in sample_rate will be used.

For example,

OpenALDevice alDevice;
alDevice.sample_rate = 44100;
OpenALSoundSource sSource1(alDevice, alSource);

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In the above example, the first value that is passed to sample_rate will be used as the sample rate, so in this case the

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AeonWave-OpenAL is an OpenAL emulated audio API based on AeonWave.
AeonWave-OpenAL Implementation:
Unlike other emulation layers, the AeonWave-OpenAL is based on an innovative OpenAL sound stream that utilizes AeonWave as the backend, so that it can be embedded inside of any app that uses OpenAL, as a 3D audio API.
It implements the OpenAL specification in a very accurate way by providing a sound engine that provides same level of accuracy on Android as on Windows.
AeonWave-OpenAL Features:
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– Low-latency and high-performance
– Support for desktop apps as well as Android and iOS games
– No mucking with systems (like GCM etc)
-.WAV stream and no.AUP file
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– Multitouch support
– PassThrough for on-screen heads
– Sound transition fading (instead of looping sound or playing the sound when the screen turns off)
– Multi-device support (including GearVR!)
– Modes: Oculus, Google Cardboard, Daydream
– Library support: real-time, pre-made and custom
– No scripts or plugins needed
– No DRM or problems with authorization
– Low-latency audio (with AeonWave-OpenAL), just like in real life
– No special hardware requirements, just any graphics card will do
– Supports all known Android devices (even older ones)
– Runs in desktop mode, screensaver, airplane mode, on/off vibration mode
– Runs in the background and does not have any impact on battery life
– Works with your own audio recordings (doesn’t require any special file format)
– Works with most OpenAL games
– Supports Linux and OS X
– No special setup needed (when creating/loading WAV files)
– No addons needed
– No code modification required

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