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SoX 14.1.0, The Swiss Army knife of audio processing
bandpass
post Aug 8 2008, 19:12
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SoX 14.1.0 was released at the beginning of the month.

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New WavPack (with optional lib) & htk formats.
New .f4 & .f8 raw file extensions.
New splice, remix, norm, delay, contrast, (high quality) rate, spectrogram, gain effects.
New `soxi' utility to extract/display file header fields.
New VU meter.


Full ChangeLog

SoX-home: http://sox.sourceforge.net

SRC Comparisons site now includes SoX.

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post Sep 19 2008, 15:44
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One question: does SoX always clip audio? Even when both input and output wave files are 32bit IEEE float, there is no samples greater than 1.0 (or less than -1.0)
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post Sep 22 2008, 07:21
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QUOTE (lvqcl @ Sep 19 2008, 15:44) *
One question: does SoX always clip audio? Even when both input and output wave files are 32bit IEEE float, there is no samples greater than 1.0 (or less than -1.0)


Well (pretty much by definition), SoX will clip audio when samples are outside of +/-1 and won't clip when they're not. Of course, with float, it is possible not to clip outside of +/-1, but SoX does not support this.

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post Sep 22 2008, 11:08
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what would be the most uptodate manual/docs/examples available for sox?


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post Sep 22 2008, 13:29
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QUOTE (smok3 @ Sep 22 2008, 11:08) *
what would be the most uptodate manual/docs/examples available for sox?


http://sox.sourceforge.net/Docs/HomePage

You'll need to read at least the `sox' and `SoX effects' pages.

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post Oct 1 2008, 20:56
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me too got hit by the latest SoX... especially the much improved 'rate' effect
see the comparison of different resampling effects at:
http://www.ronybc.8k.com/linux-tweaks.htm#sox
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post Oct 7 2008, 18:12
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Does anyone know of a frontend to SoX for win32? I have tried t@b but I could not get my head around it. Regards
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post Oct 7 2008, 20:27
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QUOTE (punkrockdude @ Oct 7 2008, 18:12) *
Does anyone know of a frontend to SoX for win32? I have tried t@b but I could not get my head around it. Regards

I don't. However, have a look at Audacity.
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post Oct 25 2008, 21:58
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Hi,

what's the bit depth of internal processing?
I mean, when i process 16bit wav, is it better to change the depth to 32bit first?

Thanks
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post Nov 7 2008, 20:53
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QUOTE (Q-W-Y @ Oct 25 2008, 20:58) *
Hi,

what's the bit depth of internal processing?
I mean, when i process 16bit wav, is it better to change the depth to 32bit first?

Thanks

SoX is 32-bit internal; no change would be needed.

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post Jan 28 2009, 03:34
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A Feature Request seems was accepted and include in CVS.
How can obtain a win32 binary to test?
or
For when the next release?

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post Feb 2 2009, 18:23
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QUOTE (tebasuna51 @ Jan 28 2009, 02:34) *
A Feature Request seems was accepted and include in CVS.
How can obtain a win32 binary to test?

There's a link to the latest development snapshot at the bottom of 'Latest news' on the sox web page.

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post Apr 11 2009, 08:09
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There's a new release candidate available if anyone fancies giving it a spin.

From the sox-users mailing list:
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[SoX-users] SoX 14.3.0 Release Candidate 1
From: Chris Bagwell <chris@cn...> - 2009-04-08 22:31
Hello all,

Its that time again. We've collected more then enough changes to SoX
and are ready to have another release.

There is a snapshot of latest source code as well as binaries for both
Windows and Mac OSX available. Please give them a try and let us know
how it goes. If all goes well we will ship the final release in about 3
weeks.

The following link contains all the files. sox-14.3.0-rc1.zip is the
binary for Windows platform.

https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.p...ckage_id=317740

Please view the following link to see a complete list of changes that
are in the release candidate 1 snapshot.

http://sox.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/sox/...?revision=1.221


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