descriptionGTK+ tool to show a live spectral waterfall
last changeThu, 31 May 2018 21:12:51 +0000 (31 23:12 +0200)
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Feed this tool with s16ne-format audio samples on stdin, then enjoy watching the spectral waterfall as you speak, whistle, or play the piano. Customization by editing the source code is likely to be necessary for now.
2018-05-31 Bernd JendrissekMake history and chip length configurable.master
2018-05-17 Bernd JendrissekSet the time ruler.
2018-05-17 Bernd JendrissekAdd rulers left of and below spectrogram.
2018-05-15 Bernd JendrissekDelete vague Ubuntu-specific properties.
2018-05-11 Bernd JendrissekPrepare for run-time control of resolution and history.
2018-05-09 Bernd JendrissekEmit less low-value debugging info.
2018-05-09 Bernd JendrissekFix fencepost error.
2018-05-09 Bernd JendrissekDon't over-zoom.
2018-05-09 Bernd JendrissekCheck for hypot(3) in libm.
2013-01-20 Bernd JendrissekFix out-of-bounds write to pixel data.
2013-01-20 Bernd JendrissekUse floating-point math for colour map sensitivity.
2013-01-20 Bernd JendrissekDefine and use N_SLICES.
2013-01-20 Bernd JendrissekSaturate colour map instead of letting it wrap.
2013-01-16 Bernd JendrissekRather have a nice long history.mob
2013-01-16 Bernd JendrissekControl noise floor and sensitivity of z axis.
2013-01-16 Bernd JendrissekDelete pointless text entry.
4 months ago master
5 years ago mob