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arr_baobao
post Aug 7 2012, 02:45
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hi guy,

i need a software that can use to compare 2 sound waves file. 1 is generated sound wave and another is received sound wave, to check whether the usb device are reliable to transmit the audio file.
do u guys have any suggestion on that?

p/s : is better that the software provide with the feature that indicate that the sound waves that I'm testing whether " Pass or Fail"

thanks
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Kohlrabi
post Aug 7 2012, 06:36
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foobar2000 with foo_bitcompare can do the job.


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arr_baobao
post Aug 7 2012, 06:40
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QUOTE (Kohlrabi @ Aug 7 2012, 07:36) *
foobar2000 with foo_bitcompare can do the job.



hi. how do i do that. i alrdy hav foobar. do i need manually install the feature ? or it already inside foobar?
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post Aug 7 2012, 08:08
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QUOTE (arr_baobao @ Aug 7 2012, 06:40) *
hi. how do i do that. i alrdy hav foobar. do i need manually install the feature ? or it already inside foobar?
thanks


You did click on the link and read the documentation didn't you?
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bandpass
post Aug 7 2012, 09:16
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QUOTE (arr_baobao @ Aug 7 2012, 02:45) *
check whether the usb device are reliable to transmit the audio file.

It depends on the device: if your USB device is 'transmitting' the file digitally (e.g. USB wifi/3G dongle), then any file comparison tool will do the job. If there's processing involved, (e.g. a looped-back USB audio interface), then you'll need a tool like Audio Diffmaker
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arr_baobao
post Aug 7 2012, 09:35
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QUOTE (bandpass @ Aug 7 2012, 10:16) *
QUOTE (arr_baobao @ Aug 7 2012, 02:45) *
check whether the usb device are reliable to transmit the audio file.

It depends on the device: if your USB device is 'transmitting' the file digitally (e.g. USB wifi/3G dongle), then any file comparison tool will do the job. If there's processing involved, (e.g. a looped-back USB audio interface), then you'll need a tool like Audio Diffmaker


hi thanks... there is looped-back interface involved.
any other tools u can recommend except the audio diffmaker?
thanks
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post Aug 7 2012, 09:39
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The other that springs to mind is RMAA
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arr_baobao
post Aug 7 2012, 09:51
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QUOTE (bandpass @ Aug 7 2012, 10:39) *
The other that springs to mind is RMAA


thanks bro. please dont hesitate to update here if u thinks of any other tools.

many thanks
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phofman
post Aug 7 2012, 11:09
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IMO the task always involves aligning samples of the two tracks. Is there a simple utility to help with this chore? I know only about http://axel-sommerfeldt.de/wavdiff001123.zip (incl. source code) or http://asp.lionhost.ru/en/tools_wavdiff.html (closed source).
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post Aug 7 2012, 11:12
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QUOTE (phofman @ Aug 7 2012, 12:09) *
IMO the task always involves aligning samples of the two tracks. Is there a simple utility to help with this chore? I know only about http://axel-sommerfeldt.de/wavdiff001123.zip (incl. source code) or http://asp.lionhost.ru/en/tools_wavdiff.html (closed source).


The AFsp toolsuite includes CompAudio, which allows to do this, and search for the delay. Google for AFsp audio and you'll find it. (It's open source as well)
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post Aug 7 2012, 14:19
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QUOTE (Garf @ Aug 7 2012, 12:12) *
The AFsp toolsuite includes CompAudio, which allows to do this, and search for the delay. Google for AFsp audio and you'll find it. (It's open source as well)


Thanks for the hint, I did not know about AFsp toolsuite.
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arr_baobao
post Aug 8 2012, 02:44
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i need something like fourier rocks. anyone have any idea?
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