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samp[j] × 2It multiplies the sound wave by 2samp[j] ÷ 2It decreases the sound wave by 2samp[j] − itselfThere is nothing and stays flatsamp[j] + 1.0Changes the placement of the “wave”samp[j] + random(0.1)Adds a whole bunch of lines randomly along with the originalrandom(1.0)It's a bunch of random lines but doesn’t allow for the wave to formReverse each batch of samples: assign newSamp[j] to be samp[(BUFFERSIZE - 1) - j].The audio is breaking up, as in buffering.The starter code keeps a copy of the previous batch samples as well as the latest.
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