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|Many sites that use sound integrated in its content usually serve it in the form of previously generated samples or as part of video animations.
However, special types of applications can make use programmatically generated sounds, like for instance, generate tune samples from ring tone musical scores.
This class provides basic means to programmatically generate audio samples in the WAV format with tones defined by dynamic scripts. This may open a world of applications based on synthesized sounds.
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