Re: Realtime Auditory Software (Nicholas Smith )

Subject: Re: Realtime Auditory Software
From:    Nicholas Smith  <nicholas(at)PSYCH.UTORONTO.CA>
Date:    Wed, 15 May 2002 18:32:34 -0400

Mike, I think that you could probably do what you described using Csound. It's very powerful, flexible, and free. Go to for more information. Good luck, Nick -- ______________________________________________________________ Nicholas A. Smith University of Toronto at Scarborough Phone: (416) 287-7182 Division of Life Sciences Fax: (416) 287-7642 Scarborough, Ontario, MIC 1A4 ______________________________________________________________ On Wed, 15 May 2002, Michael S. Gordon wrote: > Dear List - > I am looking for a software to accomplish some simple auditory tasks. > This software needs to be able to generate a spectrogram in real time from a > microphone input, and store that input for later analysis. Preferably this > software would be for PC, low-cost or free and fairly easy to use. Do any of > you know of something fitting this description? > I would greatly appreciate any help you have to offer. > > Mike Gordon > -- > Michael S. Gordon > Ecological Acoustics Laboratory > Department of Psychology > University of California, Riverside > Riverside, CA 92521 > USA > msgordon(at) >

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