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Re: Simple spectrogram programs?

Subject: Re: Simple spectrogram programs?
From: Luis J. Villanueva <>
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 12:22:25 -0800
<tt>Russ Charif wrote:</tt><br>
 <blockquote style="border-left: #0000FF solid 0.1em; margin: 0em; 
padding-left: 1.0em"><tt> 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. 
 <tt>There is an open source program, Audacity, that is fairly easy to use 
 and it is very small compared with other packages. I've used Audacity 
 and it is very stable. Also, its free. There are versions for Windows, 
 Macs, Unix, and Linux available at their site 
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 <tt>Hope that helps.</tt><br>
 <pre style="margin: 0em;">Luis J. Villanueva-Rivera, B.S.
 San Juan, Puerto Rico
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