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Re: Simple spectrogram programs?

Subject: Re: Simple spectrogram programs?
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 10:42:01 -0800
have been removed and the dialog boxes simplified.  It is configured
 by default to display your voice via whatever device is available for
 real-time sound input; most laptops have built-in microphones that 
 work fine.  You can also record and/or display sound files too.
 This version of Ishmael was made for a high-school outreach project
 here, so it's pretty simple.  If you want a copy of it, please let me
 Dave Mellinger
 >From: Russ Charif <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
 >Subject: Simple spectrogram programs?
 >From time to time we receive inquiries at the Bioacoustics Research
 >Program from people looking for an extremely simple, easy-to-use
 >program for making spectrograms of animal sounds. These queries are
 >usually from people who do not have much experience or specialized
 >training in bioacoustics, and who may not be sophisticated computer
 >users. They typically do not need a lot of flexibility, bells and
 >whistles, measurement capabilities, etc. The programs used by most
 >researchers would be more complex than necessary and potentially
 >confusing or intimidating. "Simple" is the key.
 >Does anyone on the list know of particular programs that fit this
 >description, preferably with recommendations?
 >Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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