Anyway, app was built successfully but, unfortunately, an exception was thrown on one page. System.Runtime.InteropServices.MissingInteropDataException.
Since I used only few classes from NAudio I decided that it is easier to find another library than spend time to localization and fixing bug (if it is possible at all) in NAudio.
One of possible options was [ManagedBass](https://github.com/ManagedBass/ManagedBass).
Well, tbh, I haven't tried the rest of my list cause this library fits fine.
Startup time is significantly faster and there are no any exceptions so far.
I was looking for alternative to [NAudio](https://github.com/naudio/NAudio).
Some context: I finally have time to return to my personal project and I wanted to give a chance to [CoreRt](https://github.com/dotnet/corert). Last time there was a matter with [Rx.Net](https://github.com/dotnet/reactive) (that comes to a project as a dependency to [Avalonia](https://github.com/AvaloniaUI/Avalonia)) but since it was fixed I haven't seen any additional issues.
:-) I'm worrying about my English mostly. Qs creating is quite a challenge to me still especially when it's not related to programming directly.
Yeah, I know. Moreover I prefer chats over Q&A but since I'm new here decided to clarify rules first.
Well, really, maybe there is a better option than one that I found. So I'll write it down
you seem [to know](/meta?q=969) how to ask questions properly ;) glad you found what you were looking for — you can always ask anything in chat of course (whether you'll get an answer is another matter)
Right. I'll try to create one. Not today though.
Btw, I found an answer to my unspoken question about libraries. Therefore I can wait and, who knows, maybe someone with ability to write Qs properly do it instead of me