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SPO600 Algorithm Selection Lab

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Background
=== Background ===
* Digital sound is typically represented, uncompressed, as signed 16-bit integer signal samples. There is are two streams of samples , one each for the left and right stereo channels, at typical sample rates of 44.1 or 48 thousand samples per second per channel, for a total of 88.2 or 96 thousand samples per second (kHz). Since there are 16 bits (2 bytes) per sample, the data rate is 88.2 * 1000 * 2 = 176,400 bytes/second (~172 KiB/sec) or 96 * 1000 * 2 = 192,000 bytes/second (~187.5 KiB/sec).
* To change the volume of sound, each sample can be scaled by a volume factor, in the range of 0.00 (silence) to 1.00 (full volume).
* On a mobile device, the amount of processing required to scale sound will affect battery life.

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