iOS audio processing graph demonstration
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audioGraph: README.txt 5/14/2014 version 1.2 - tested on iOS 7 - compiles and runs with several warnings about deprecated features
iOS audio processing graph demonstration
"An audio processing graph is a Core Foundation opaque type, AUGraph, that you use to construct and manage an audio unit processing chain. A graph can leverage the capabilities of multiple audio units and multiple render callback functions, allowing you to create nearly any audio processing solution you can imagine." - From Apple's "Audio Unit Hosting Guide For iOS"
AudioGraph is a superset of Apple's MixerHost application.
Launch the app and press Play.
Source code, documentation, support, downloads:
http://zerokidz.com/audiograph (website) https://github.com/tkzic/audiograph (github) [email protected] (support/questions) http://itunes.apple.com/app/audiograph/id486193487 (app)
This project is derived from work by:
Chris Adamson Stephan M. Bernsee Michael Tyson Stephen Smith Apple Core-Audio mailing list stackoverflow.com Apple's IOS developer program
MixerHost demonstrates how to use the Multichannel Mixer audio unit in an iOS application. It also demonstrates how to use a render callback function to provide audio to an audio unit input bus. In this sample, the audio delivered by the callback comes from two short loops read from disk. You could use a similar callback, however, to synthesize sounds to feed into a mixer unit.
This sample is described in Audio Unit Hosting Guide for iOS.
The code in MixerHost instantiates two system-supplied audio units--the Multichannel Mixer unit (of subtype kAudioUnitSubTypeMultichannelMixer) and the Remote I/O unit (of subtype kAudioUnitSubTypeRemoteIO)--and connects them together using an audio processing graph (an AUGraph opaque type). The app functions as an audio mixer, letting a user control the playback levels of two sound loops.
The sample provides a user interface for controlling the following Multichannel Mixer unit parameters:
* input bus enable * input bus gain * output bus gain
This sample shows how to:
* Write an input render callback function * Locate system audio units at runtime and then load, instantiate, configure, and connect them * Correctly use audio stream formats in the context of an audio processing graph * Instantiate, open, initialize, and start an audio processing graph * Control a Multichannel Mixer unit through a user interface
This sample also shows how to:
* Configure an audio application for playing in the background by adding the "app plays audio" key to the info.plist file * Use the AVAudioSession class to configure audio behavior, set hardware sample rate, and handle interruptions * Make the app eligible for its audio session to be reactivated while in the background * Respond to remote-control events as described in Event Handling Guide for iOS * Allocate memory for an AudioBufferList struct so that it can handle more than one channel of audio
To test how this app can reactivate its audio session while in the background in iOS 4.0 or later:
1. Launch the app and start playback. 2. Press the Home button. MixerHost continues to play in the background. 3. Launch the Clock app and set a one-minute countdown timer. Leave the Clock app running in the foreground. 4. When the timer expires, an alarm sounds, which interrupts MixerHost and stops its audio. 5. Tap OK to dismiss the Timer Done alert. The MixerHost audio resumes playback while the app remains in the background.
To test how this app responds to remote-control events:
1. Launch the app and start playback. 2. Press the Home button. MixerHost continues to play in the background. 3. Double-press the Home button to display the running apps. 4. Swipe right to expose the audio transport controls. 5. Notice the MixerHost icon at the bottom-right of the screen. This indicates that MixerHost is the current target of remote-control events. 6. Tap the play/pause toggle button; MixerHost stops. Tap it again; MixerHost resumes playback. Tap the MixerHost icon; MixerHost comes to the foreground.
=========================================================================== RELATED INFORMATION:
Audio Unit Hosting Guide for iOS, May 2010 Audio Session Programming Guide, April 2010
=========================================================================== BUILD REQUIREMENTS:
Mac OS X v10.6.4, Xcode 3.2, iOS 4.0
=========================================================================== RUNTIME REQUIREMENTS:
Simulator: Mac OS X v10.6.4 Devices: iOS 4.0
=========================================================================== PACKAGING LIST:
The MixerHostAppDelegate class defines the application delegate object, responsible for instantiating the controller object (defined in the MixerHostViewController class) and adding the application's view to the application window.
The MixerHostViewController class defines the controller object for the application. The object helps set up the user interface, responds to and manages user interaction, responds to notifications from the MixerHostAudio object to handle audio interruptions and audio route changes, and handles various housekeeping duties.
The MixerHostAudio class encapsulates all of the audio capabilities for the application. It handles audio session configuration, use of the ExtAudioFileRef opaque type for reading audio files from disk into memory, and construction and management of the audio processing graph. It detects interruptions and audio route changes and uses notifications to communicate audio state changes back to the MixerHostViewController object.
=========================================================================== CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS VERSIONS:
Version 1.0. New sample application that demonstrates how to host a Multichannel Mixer unit.
================================================================================ Copyright (C) 2010 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.