There is also 'Wavesurfer', which does some phonetic analysis (pitch,
waveform, spectra etc), and runs on Mac, PC, and Linux. I haven't used
it extensively, but one especially nice feature is that it will read .sd
sound files on a PC.
It's available here...http://www.speech.kth.se/wavesurfer/
"Gabriel J.L. Beckers" wrote:
Paul Boersma wrote:
Alex Enkerli asked:
'SND' is a sound editor for Unix/Linux that is well worth looking into. It
Everybody: Any thoughts on good sound analysis programs for Linux?yeah, let's hear about them.
is no replacement for Praat, though. (Not that Praat needs replacement!) It
is mainly an editor, but it has some analytic capabilities.
All the best,
Gabriel J.L. Beckers
Section Behavioural Biology
Institute of Evolutionary and Ecological Sciences
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Tel.: +31-71-5275015 | Fax.: +31-71-5274900
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