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Question: How does one edit audio files? What sort of data structure does a timeline and arrange window full of audio clips have? How can one concieve of even beginning to design the most simple of audio editor / arranger software? You guys are geniuses with Reaper!
Asked by aaronp (46.50.126.x) on October 10 2015, 1:34pm
Reply on November 5 2015, 4:40pm:
    Well, REAPER doesn't really edit audio files, it more allows you to put them in things and non-destructively arrange them. We use lots of WDL_PtrList<> for tracks, items, takes, etc. I imagine this is similar to a std::vector of pointers, which is a very handy way to organize things.
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