Wolfram Language & System 11.0 (2016)|Legacy Documentation

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AudioType

AudioType[audio]
returns the data type used to represent samples in the Audio object audio.

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  • Possible types returned by AudioType are:
  • "SignedInteger8"signed 8-bit integers from through
    "SignedInteger16"signed 16-bit integers from through
    "SignedInteger32"signed 32-bit integers from through
    "Real32"single-precision real (32-bit)
    "Real"double-precision real (64-bit)

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Extract the type of an audio object:

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A real audio:

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An out-of-core audio always assumes a "Real32" type:

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Introduced in 2016
(11.0)