Chris Bagwell | 5 Nov 19:20 2005

Re: interactive sox

Rafal Maszkowski wrote:

>I still do not see my patch in the CVS sources. If you would like me to
>recreate the patch again - let me know.
>  
>
I still have it but time has gottent tight again and I haven't had time 
to work on it any more.  I thought I'd let you know my current plans though.

First, I want to release a new version of SoX based on current CVS very 
soon.  So I'll put out some release candidates very soon.  Sorry that 
your patch isn't going to make it for this release but I wanted to have 
some time to think about some issues with it.

When I do add this in I want to do it in seperate features.  For 
instance, I'll probably break it up in to interactive support from 
keyboard, interactive support from a named pipe, tagging, etc.

I have a couple of issues I'm trying to decide with it all though.  They 
are:

1) Removing curses requirement.  SoX runs on many platforms, not all of 
which readily have curses installed.  These same platforms would like to 
have the interactive support.  "madplay" has some sample code on how you 
can do curses-style input without curses.

Ultimately, SoX is a command line program and I'm worried about GUI-like 
support in it.  That would be better off as a stand alone application.

2) Support for input from non-keyboard inputs.  This is a great feature 
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Sarah | 9 Nov 02:29 2005
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hello. I am really new at this sox program. I am running a windows machine and I downloaded the right zip file. I tried to read the manual, but I could not make heads or tails of it. If it is possible to run this on windows, can someone point me in the right direction on how to get started? I'm studying to be a sound engineer, but I don't remember learning this in the class I'm taking. thanks.
 
 
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Rak Smitj | 9 Nov 09:30 2005
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Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

Hi

I need to use sox on a Windoze machine (AMD processor), however I do not have any C compilers. Is there somewhere where I can download a pre-compiled version of sox for win32 or is there someone who can send me a copy.

Many thanks

Rak


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Stephen Stocker | 9 Nov 09:40 2005
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Re: Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

   Hi,

   http://sox.sourceforge.net has a Windows binary. Hope that's what you're 
looking for. :)

 	Take care,
 	Steve

On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Rak Smitj wrote:

> Hi
>
> I need to use sox on a Windoze machine (AMD processor), however I do not
> have any C compilers. Is there somewhere where I can download a
> pre-compiled version of sox for win32 or is there someone who can send me
> a copy.
>
> Many thanks
>
> Rak
>
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Rak Smitj | 9 Nov 17:22 2005
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Re: Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

Thanks Stephen

I just tried the version on the http://sox.sourceforge.net site, but it has been compiled without any mp3 (lame) libraries.

I need to cut, fade in, fade and compress 2000 audio files to mp3 format. 50% of the source files are in wav, 30% from mp3 and the rest from CD's (cda).

I am currently living abroad, so I do not have access to my linux machines, Sun Sparc station, etc, hence having to use Windoze.

Any help would be appreciated.

Rak

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Stocker"
To: sox-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [SoX-users] Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 02:40:17 -0600 (CST)


Hi,

http://sox.sourceforge.net has a Windows binary. Hope that's
what you're looking for. :)

Take care,
Steve


On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Rak Smitj wrote:

> Hi
>
> I need to use sox on a Windoze machine (AMD processor), however I do not
> have any C compilers. Is there somewhere where I can download a
> pre-compiled version of sox for win32 or is there someone who can send me
> a copy.
>
> Many thanks
>
> Rak
>
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Stephen Stocker | 10 Nov 03:54 2005
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Re: Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

   Hi,

   I don't know if there are any other binaries for Windows available. I 
just did a quick check of the SoX home page and thought maybe you'd missed 
it.

   Sorry I can't be of any help, but surely somebody on here knows. It 
seems strange that the binary would've been compiled without mp3 support. 
Maybe patent issues? I hope somebody with some knowledge of this can help.

 	Take care,
 	Steve

On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Rak Smitj wrote:

> Thanks Stephen
>
> I just tried the version on the http://sox.sourceforge.net site, but it
> has been compiled without any mp3 (lame) libraries.
>
> I need to cut, fade in, fade and compress 2000 audio files to mp3 format.
> 50% of the source files are in wav, 30% from mp3 and the rest from CD's
> (cda).
>
> I am currently living abroad, so I do not have access to my linux
> machines, Sun Sparc station, etc, hence having to use Windoze.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Rak
>
>  ----- Original Message -----
>  From: "Stephen Stocker"
>  To: sox-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
>  Subject: Re: [SoX-users] Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)
>  Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 02:40:17 -0600 (CST)
>
>
>  Hi,
>
>  http://sox.sourceforge.net has a Windows binary. Hope that's
>  what you're looking for. :)
>
>  Take care,
>  Steve
>
>
>  On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Rak Smitj wrote:
>
>  > Hi
>  >
>  > I need to use sox on a Windoze machine (AMD processor), however I
>  do not
>  > have any C compilers. Is there somewhere where I can download a
>  > pre-compiled version of sox for win32 or is there someone who can
>  send me
>  > a copy.
>  >
>  > Many thanks
>  >
>  > Rak
>  >
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Marcus Deluigi (intern | 10 Nov 04:15 2005

Newbie Question


Hi!

I don't know anything about sound (except using the sox in command line
:-) ).

I'm using festival to generate speech sound files. Unfortunately, they
are very clicky and noise. A web site tells me, I can get good results
if I use a multiband EQ to filter out the undesired freqs.

Can I do that with SoX?
Can anybody tell me, how?

Thanks!

Greetings,
Marcus

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Chris Bagwell | 10 Nov 05:56 2005

Re: Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

That is the main reason... I will not distribute binary copies of SoX 
with MP3 support because of MP3 patent issues.

To tell you the truth, I have no idea of libmad compiles into a static 
library under windows cygwin compilers.  Probably it does.  That library 
is required for MP3 support.

Chris

Stephen Stocker wrote:

>   Hi,
>
>   I don't know if there are any other binaries for Windows available. 
> I just did a quick check of the SoX home page and thought maybe you'd 
> missed it.
>
>   Sorry I can't be of any help, but surely somebody on here knows. It 
> seems strange that the binary would've been compiled without mp3 
> support. Maybe patent issues? I hope somebody with some knowledge of 
> this can help.
>
>     Take care,
>     Steve
>

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Chris Bagwell | 10 Nov 06:00 2005

Re: Newbie Question

Please see the man pages for sox on the band* and filter effects.  You 
will probably need some other tool besides sox to find the frequency of 
your noise to know what to filter out.

Chris

Marcus Deluigi (intern) wrote:

>Hi!
>
>I don't know anything about sound (except using the sox in command line
>:-) ).
>
>I'm using festival to generate speech sound files. Unfortunately, they
>are very clicky and noise. A web site tells me, I can get good results
>if I use a multiband EQ to filter out the undesired freqs.
>
>Can I do that with SoX?
>Can anybody tell me, how?
>
>Thanks!
>
>Greetings,
>Marcus
>  
>

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Stephen Stocker | 10 Nov 06:16 2005
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Re: Pre-compiled copy of Sox (Win32)

   Thanks, I had no idea, really. I'm clueless when it comes to Windows. 
Maybe there's another Win32 user on the list who can help him.

   Off the subject, thanks for the recent additions to SoX, they're really 
nice!

 	Take care,
 	Steve

On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Chris Bagwell wrote:

> That is the main reason... I will not distribute binary copies of SoX with 
> MP3 support because of MP3 patent issues.
>
> To tell you the truth, I have no idea of libmad compiles into a static 
> library under windows cygwin compilers.  Probably it does.  That library is 
> required for MP3 support.
>
> Chris
>
> Stephen Stocker wrote:
>
>>   Hi,
>> 
>>   I don't know if there are any other binaries for Windows available. I 
>> just did a quick check of the SoX home page and thought maybe you'd missed 
>> it.
>> 
>>   Sorry I can't be of any help, but surely somebody on here knows. It seems 
>> strange that the binary would've been compiled without mp3 support. Maybe 
>> patent issues? I hope somebody with some knowledge of this can help.
>> 
>>     Take care,
>>     Steve
>> 
>

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