[racket] mp3 or ogg play in scheme?

From: Todd O'Bryan (toddobryan at gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 3 10:40:13 EDT 2010

I think sound is still something that we don't have a good solution
for, yet. (Any college students on the list who need a little
independent study project to work on? I think there are free sound
libraries that work on Mac/Windows/Linux, but how to wire them up is a
little problematic, at least in the early student languages.)

As far as creating a game, you'll want to use the universe teachpack.
Start here:


You'll find you can actually make games with graphics, not just
colored text or moving carets. Making complicated games requires
decent knowledge of Racket, but is something you can do with a few
weeks of study.


On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 9:35 AM, 김태윤 <kty1104 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hello ~
> I'm a scheme beginner
> although I'm not that good at making program
> I'm happy to learn scheme step by step
> it's really fun
> these day I am trying to make a program little bit more visual and fun
> text coloring, caret moving, and playing sound could be useful
> so.. my question is this
> since wav file is too big, is there any way I can play ogg or mp3 file in
> scheme?
> if there are more useful tip for make a program fun (such as caret moving)
> could you let me know that as well?
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