DADiSP / WAV
WAV Digital Audio Module
DADiSP/WAV provides a menu-driven user interface integrated
directly into the DADiSP Worksheet to provide a complete digital
audio processing environment. Existing WAV files can be read,
processed and modified. New files can be generated and written in
the WAV file format. DADiSP/WAV also allows the user to call any
Windows compatible WAV player device or play a series directly without
a player on any WAV compatible sound card.
Read, Write, Create and Play WAV Data
Any WAV file can be read into a DADiSP Window for display and
processing. DADiSP's extensive waveform editing capabilities can
be applied to generate new WAV files. WAV files can be written
with mono, stereo or multichannel data. PCM 8, 16, 24 and 32 bit
integer format, compressed μ-Law and A-Law formats and 32/64 bit
Extensible floating point formats are supported. Automatic
amplitude scaling can be applied to produce audio files with
optimal signal to noise ratios. A statistical summary of any
series can be displayed to further aid waveform processing.
Each routine is available through DADiSP's pop-up menus and as a
direct command line function. Simple "fill-in-the-blank" menu
fields provide a user-friendly interface to help get the job done
quickly and efficiently.
DADiSP/WAV is written entirely in SPL code, giving quick execution
within DADiSP. These routines can be incorporated into
user-defined functions and menus to further customize DADiSP to
specific applications. All SPL source code, variable definitions and
menus are supplied in ASCII text format and can be easily modified to
meet the needs of custom applications.
DADiSP/WAV requires DADiSP 6.5 B01
for information about updating your current
version of DADiSP.