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Description

The Snack Sound Toolkit is designed to be used with a scripting language such as Tcl/Tk or Python. Using Snack you can create powerful multi-platform audio applications with just a few lines of code. Snack has commands for basic sound handling, such as playback, recording, file and socket I/O. Snack also provides primitives for sound visualization, e.g. waveforms and spectrograms. It was developed mainly to handle digital recordings of speech, but is just as useful for general audio. Snack has also successfully been applied to other one-dimensional signals. The combination of Snack and a scripting language makes it possible to create sound tools and applications with a minimum of effort. This is due to the rapid development nature of scripting languages. As a bonus you get an application that is cross-platform from start. It is also easy to integrate Snack based applications with existing sound analysis software.

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fedoratagger.tag.update

espasmo upvoted "tcl" on tcl-snack

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3 months ago - 2014-01-26 04:25:16

buildsys.package.list.change

Package list change for tcl-snack: 'epel7'

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4 months ago - 2013-12-16 01:04:20

buildsys.tag

spot's tcl-snack-2.2.10-21.fc21 tagged into f21 by spot

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4 months ago - 2013-12-09 21:44:13

buildsys.build.state.change

spot's tcl-snack-2.2.10-21.fc21 completed

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4 months ago - 2013-12-09 21:44:03

buildsys.build.state.change

spot's tcl-snack-2.2.10-21.fc21 started building

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4 months ago - 2013-12-09 21:37:39

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