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Thread: Spectrum Analyzer in Console

  1. #1
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    Spectrum Analyzer in Console

    Hello everyone, I have a pretty strange request..

    I am looking for an audio frequency spectrum analyzer that runs without a GUI. I do not care if it provides real-time output. I would prefer to be able to analyze a recorded wave file.

    This will be run on a gumstix board for data analysis, but I can compile/install anything I can run on Ubuntu. A small/simple program is ideal, though.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Spectrum Analyzer in Console

    hey there, was helping someone find the same thing in on #kubuntu ... came a crossed this list of sound tools: http://www.linux-sound.org/one-page.html

    I see that there are several visual analyzers there with console modes ...

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    Re: Spectrum Analyzer in Console

    Japa (JACK and ALSA Perceptual Analyser), is a 'perceptual' or 'psychoacoustic' audio spectrum analyser. Possible uses include spectrum monitoring while mixing or mastering, evaluation of ambient noise, and (using pink noise), equalisation of PA systems.

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