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RE: Simple spectrogram programs?

Subject: RE: Simple spectrogram programs?
From: Cetacean Research Technology <>
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 09:21:25 -0800
intuitive and most people (even technophobic artists) can start recording
 sounds and displaying spectrograms within a few minutes. In addition, the
 online help section and tutorial are very helpful. It, along with SpectraPRO
 and SpectraLAB, can also be quite powerful. A free 30-day evaluation license
 can be generated once the software is downloaded to your computer. See
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 Joseph R. Olson
 Cetacean Research Technology
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 ... usually from people who do not have much experience or specialized
 training in bioacoustics, and who may not be sophisticated computer users.
 ... "Simple" is the key...
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