Sound analysis software
Graham Smith <>
Wed, 15 Jun 2005 21:36:29 +0100
Can anyone help in pointing me towards some sound anlysis software
that either does this anyway or might allow a macro to be written.
Its bat calls again, for those who remember my last plea for help.
I am going to end up with thousands of short (15secs) wav files.
which I want to open quickly, one after the other and visually scan
through for a specific sonogram shape.
I want to be able to dump all the files into one directory, then with
one keypress open the first file in the directory, then by pressing
that same key again, close the currently open file, and open the next
file in the same directory. And so on until every file has been
Can anyone suggest a program that might do this, or indeed suggest a
better way of scanning through thousands of small files, very quickly.
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