What audio library to use?

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  • openal-rs

    That may work, but I haven't tried it since its LGPL licence. I'm using the alto crate and now that I've checked its repository is archived https://github.com/jpernst/alto

  • kira

    Library for expressive game audio.

    I think you should look into kira. It provides a lot of amazing features, more here

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  • hound

    A wav encoding and decoding library in Rust (by ruuda)

    To load the audio data from file you need a separate library, e.g. hound for .wav files.

  • rust-sdl2

    SDL2 bindings for Rust

    For audio playback with seeking, you could have a look at the audio modules of the sdl2 crate.

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