How to convert the frequency(no of samples per second) of a wave file

Posted on 2006-04-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
Hi Experts,

        We have developed a player which can play a wave file of  44.1khz frequency . Now we have to play wave files of some different frequency so it requires the conversion of original frequency of wave file to 44.1khz. Kindly let us know the procedure/algorithm or sample code to implement the above task.
Question by:HanuSoftware
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    Accepted Solution

    There is a program (with source) here that does it:

    And this has

    *some* of the theory :-/

    Hope it's helpful :-)


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