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Re: generating sine waves

How about Pure Data?

"...is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio and
graphical processing.It was planned as a free, better and more stable
Max/fts, which has also been developed by Miller Smith Puckette at IRCAM.

PD was written for multiplattform from the beginning and therefore is more
portable; PD is open source software, it is free for any use and can be
downloaded with the Internet. PD runs at least on Win32, IRIX, LINUX and
Mac-OSX plattforms. "

from http://pure-data.iem.at

You will probably need some time to get acquainted with it but it's a
power-full, free software, system...

Hope it helps,

At 20:54 29-05-2004, you wrote:
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
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto (formerly DCIEM)
1133 Sheppard Avenue West
P.O. Box 2000
Toronto, Ontario
M3M 3B9

phone: (416) 635-2033; CSN: 634-2033
fax: (416) 635-2013
e-mail: Robert.Arrabito@drdc-rddc.gc.ca

Note: As of April 1, 2002, DCIEM's name has changed to Defence R&D
Canada - Toronto. The official short form is DRDC Toronto.