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Raw .wav writing of Beep()s

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I'm tried reading format descriptor documents of .wav files, but I was unable to successfully create code to make wave files.  What I wish to do is, just using ANSI C functions like fprintf(), create a .wav file that makes sounds similar to the sounds produced by Beep().  And, I wish to be able to add more of these beep noises to it.

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It's better to use the sound editor to do this and not waste a time writting the code yourself.

Cooledit 96 or 2000 is fine.
http://www.syntrillium.com/cooledit/index.html
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It's better to find CoolEdit 96, it's less than 1Meg in size (CE 2000 is 8Meg).
You can generate and mix tones of any frequency, touch tones etc.
Cooledit is a shareware, but it has some evaluation period.
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I'm looking to programmatically export .wav files, constructed and formatted completely in code :)
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