I just released irrKlang 0.5
with some major new features: Linux support (via ALSA) and a winmm output driver for Windows. I also fixed several bugs and added some minor new features such as the option to (un)pause all sounds at the same time, thanks for the bug reports and all the suggestions and ideas.
As this is the first Linux release of irrKlang, I would be really happy if you could try it out and report any issues: Just download irrKlang 0.5
, go into the examples/01.HelloWorld directory, run 'make' and start it via './example'. It was a bit of work to make the 3D sound engine run in Linux, especially with the crappy documentation and debug interfaces in that OS, but as everything is working now I'm quite happy. There is some room for improvements and optimization, but this will have to wait for the next releases.
In addition, I updated ambiera.com
a bit and changed the default example .ogg file of irrKlang. Previously, it was a song composted by me in 1999 (still available in the old irrKlang packages) but to take care of your ears, I decided to replace it with a CC 2.5 licensed
song created by shockshadow