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how to write mp3PRO encoder in Delphi

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i have some blocks of PCM data(11025Hz,16bit,Mono), i want change them to mp3PRO(8Kbps,11025Hz,Mono   or 16Kbps,11025Hz,Mono) by BLOCKs , give me the code in Delphi (urgent)
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who has the source code abou MP3, please help me !
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