Spectrum Analyzer Morph
guzdial at cc.gatech.edu
Fri Sep 24 14:43:06 UTC 1999
I hadn't checked out the "other options" until I read Bruce's note. The
Signal view is EXCELLENT! This could be a neat tool for learning about
sound. Whistling very clearly gave me a relatively clean sinusoidal wave,
and generic "noise" looks, well, noisey.
> Yes, I've tried it out. The sonogram one seemed not to work for me,
>but I chalked it up
>to too slow a system. The other two options worked fine. It was really
>neat! My office
>mates wondered why I was making silly sounds...
>Dan Ingalls <Dan.Ingalls at disney.com> wrote:
>> Just Curious...
>> Has anyone tried this out? It's a lot of fun to play with and a
>>significant piece of real-time software for a friendly,
>>garbage-collecting, object-oriented language.
>> Just get the 'new morph...' menu, and choose SpectrumAnalyzerMorph from
>>the Widgets category. Make sure you have a microphone hooked up, push
>>'start', adjust the gain, and start making silly noises.
>> - Dan
Mark Guzdial : Georgia Tech : College of Computing : Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
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