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    waveform generator?


    technical question:

    How do you create the waveform we see on the screen? would it be possible to click on parts of the waveform and make it jump to a new part of the sound just like they do it in soundminer?

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    get an audio editor. just about any sequencing software will do this or any looping software-

    many here use audacity. its free and fairly easy to use.

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    LS
    get an audio editor. just about any sequencing software will do this or any looping software-

    many here use audacity. its free and fairly easy to use.

    I think you didn't understand me correctly, I would like to find a program that produces a .jpg file of that waveform...

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    i can only think if you screenshoot it paste it into paint or whatnot crop and save..

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    The images generated by freesound are just static .png's displayed on the page, you can right click on them to download.

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    ... and you can find it's GPL source code here:

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/files/wav2png.tar.gz

    - bram

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    Bram
    ... and you can find it's GPL source code here:

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/files/wav2png.tar.gz

    - bram

    thanks... I will let you know if I can get it working... for now this GPL source code does'nt mean anything to me...

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