I'm getting a little confused. (i guess it's what comes of working on too many things at once).
I have an wave file which I'm analyzing in an attempt to be able to visualise and process the data in various ways. Now with some help off jrandallsexton I managed to get the file header data fairly easily. The problem I have now, is reading the data itself. Now I think i am taking the data into a byte stream correctly. However, I'm not sure how to process it.
I'm using http://ccrma.stanford.edu/CCRMA/Courses/422/projects/WaveFormat/
for all my information, I'm not sure if it's the best source, but it seems pretty good.
The site describes the sample data as being in a structure of, for example "24 17 1e f3" etc, where "24 17" is the left channel and "1e f3" is the right channel.
Now, I'm getting results (from a different audio sample to the example given on the site) as "113 5 102 97" with no letter charactors involved at any point. This makes me thing I'm doing something wrong.
Also, even if I get the data in the correct format. I don't understand what the values are!? "24 17".. is this Hex? if so, what should I do with it (programmatically) once I have an integer value. Is this something like Amplitude and Frequency?
I'm affraid I need quite a lot of help with this hense the points. It's also fairly urgent...