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Re: AUDITORY Digest - 28 May 2004 to 29 May 2004 (#2004-127)

in addition to those programs already cited by Pawel Kusmierek, Sound Forge (an excellent Windows-based digital audio editor) does an excellent job of creating a variety of signal types using the "Synthesis" module (Tools->Synthesis->Simple).  You can choose any of the basic waveform types (sine, square, sawtooth, triangle) or noise.  After selecting the type, you simply set the frequency and tone duration, then click on the "OK" button.

Good luck,
Scott Lipscomb

Dr. Scott D. Lipscomb, Associate Professor
Northwestern University School of Music
(847) 467-1682
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At 11:00 PM 5/29/2004, you wrote:

  1. generating sine waves (2)


Date:    Sat, 29 May 2004 15:54:30 -0400
From:    "G. Robert Arrabito" <Robert.Arrabito@DRDC-RDDC.GC.CA>
Subject: generating sine waves

Hi listers,

I would like to acquire a program running under Windows '9x/2000/NT for
generating sine waves. I should note that I am aware of DaqGen for Windows
available from Bob Masta (masta@UMICH.EDU) at <www.daqarta.com>. If you are
aware of other such programs then please e-mail me and I'll post a summary
of replies. Thanks a bunch.

Robert Arrabito