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Making Your Own Music Player: A Gentle Introduction to Audio Programming

July 15, 2017 ❖ Tags: tutorial, programming, audio, c

To start off, I'd like to say that I know very little about audio programming and digital audio in general. I've never formally studied signal processing, and hell, I haven't even started high school physics yet. This post merely documents what I've learned while trying to get sound working in my game, because there aren't really any other learning resources about this out there.

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Reverse Engineering Babby's First Archive Format

March 02, 2017 ❖ Tags: writeup, programming, reverse-engineering, video-games, x86, c, python

About two months have passed since the first release of Nekopack - a tool I wrote for extracting game data from Nekopara's XP3 archives. While the process wasn't an amazing reverse-engineering war story that will keep you on the edge of your seat, I feel it deserves a small blog post explaining how I did it. Additionally, there's no real documentation on the XP3 format as far as I'm aware, so hopefully this post will serve as an informal specification.

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SDL Tutorial Part 0x00 - Boilerplate, Windowing and Rendering

September 14, 2016 ❖ Tags: tutorial, programming, game-development, c

This is one of my older tutorials and follows a style unlike my current one. I also no longer hold the same claims I made about the SDL documentation that I originally made in this article. I think it's perfectly fine, you just need to spend some time looking around because it's not organized like other documentation is. For that reason, I have no plans to continue this tutorial series unless someone specifically asks for me to continue it.

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