How do you play audio data contained in a byte?
John Zukowski The Java Sound API contains support for playing byte arrays. Given that this question was submited to the Applets FAQ, I'm assuming you're not using a Java runtime new enough to support that. If you are using a runtime derived from Sun, there is a sun.audio package you can try to use. It is available to IE and Netscape. Something like the following should work, though I haven't tried this in some time:
AudioData audiodata = new AudioData(byteArray); or AudioData audioData = new AudioStream(url.openStream()).getData(); AudioDataStream audioStream = new AudioDataStream(audioData); // play() AudioPlayer.player.start(audioStream); // loop() ContinuousAudioDataStream continuousStream = new ContinuousAudioDataStream(audioStream); AudioPlayer.player.start(continuousStream);If you grab the code for my AWT book from O'Reilly, you'll find a SunAudioClip class that implements java.applet.AudioClip for you.