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Mon, 14 May 2012 07:57:13 +0200
On Monday, May 14, 2012 03:39 CEST, Dan Hitt <address@hidden> wrote:
> Is there a GNUstep application which displays waveforms?
> These could be waveforms from sound files, or other sources.
> What about one that draws graphs (which is of course related,
> especially if it can handle sampled data with hundreds
> of thousands of samples, i suppose in some kind of scroll view)?
> (I am aware of many fine applications such as Audacity, but
> wondering if there's a specifically GNUstep one, which need not
> be very full featured.)
Cynthiune has a GraphWriter output plugin bundle. Its not enabled
by default, and I never tested it so far, whether it actually compiles.
You can find Cynthiune in GAP CVS under user-apps.
> I looked at
> and saw OresmeKit (for drawing graphs) --- but it's not released yet,
> and when it is i presume that it won't be an app but a
> framework to be used in creating apps.
> I also googled around, and found lists of sound editors,
> such as
> but searching for sound+gnustep just gives one result (which is
> not for waveform display):
> Thanks in advance for any reference to any app, or for suggestions
> on how i could do a better search.
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