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Audio Engine

In order to run an audio graph you need to create an AudioEngine instance. The audio engine handles the device-level audio I/O and connects the device's microphone to the graph's input node and the device's speaker to the graph's output node.

Due to the platform differences the audio engine implementation contains platform-specific code and might provide slightly different features. For example, the audio engine makes use of the device's echo cancellation system.

You can start and stop the audio engine by simply call the start and stop methods. One audiograph must only be run by one audio engine.

let audioEngine = SBAudioEngine() // Creating the audio engine
audioEngine.start(audioGraph) // Starting the audio engine
audioEngine.stop() // Stopping the audio engine

Read the iOS and Android subpages for further information on the respective AudioEngine platform implementations.