@@ 9,8 9,9 @@ This project serves as an example of how
Rubber Band Library from Java code in an Android application.
It is *not* an example of how to write an Android application! The
-Android-specific code is absolutely not something that you should
-refer to in your own work.
+Android-specific Java code here is absolutely not something that you
+should refer to in your own work. This is simply an illustration of
+the use of the JNI (Android NDK) interface.
@@ 18,11 19,11 @@ To build:
$ ant debug
$ ant debug install
-The application simply pops up a window with Play and Stop buttons and
-plays a canned audio file, slowed down. The file itself is loaded (in
-a raw format) from an app resource. Loading audio files and managing
-the UI is outside the scope of this library.
+The application simply pops up an ugly window with Play and Stop
+buttons and plays a canned audio file, slowed down. The file itself is
+loaded (in a raw format) from an app resource. Loading audio files and
+managing the UI is outside the scope of this library.
The example code is public domain; the Rubber Band Library licence is
+documented separately (see http://www.breakfastquay.com/rubberband/).