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Re: Comparing audiospectrograms

Subject: Re: Comparing audiospectrograms
From: "doctorvandermast" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 17:41:27 -0000
Raven Lite is only $25.  You can download it and try it for free.

--- In  "Martyn Stewart" <>
> I use Raven, it is a bit pricey but very effective, there is also a lite
> version of the program available. It is available for PC & Mac.
> Martyn
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> -----Original Message-----
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>  On Behalf Of Xavier Eekhout
> Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2005 4:06 AM
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> Subject: [Nature Recordists] Comparing audiospectrograms
>  Hello all,
> I was wondering if anybody would happen to know of any
> software which I could use to compare
> audiospectrograms. In case somebody is familiar with
> it, what I=B4m looking for is something like the
> function "spectrogram correlation" in Canary. I work
> in Mac OS X, so I was hoping I could find something
> suitable for this OS.
> Thank you very much
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