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Android audio processing

I have a general question about the Android app.

How exactly does the audio processing work here?
How are audio files handled that have a higher or lower sampling rate than the device supports?
Is resampling used internally?
Is there an advantage to enable the setting "Use OpenSL audio output"?

Re: Android audio processing

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It would be really great if the developer or support could answer this. Even if you don't know how the sound is generated at all and in the source code only some ominous Android libraries are used, I would appreciate the answer.

Reading through this forum, I almost think the mobile version was thrown together by an external developer and now nobody understands the source code and there is no support anymore.

 
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