ARMX6Option in Configure to switch sound from Analogue to digital HDMI
# AMPlayerthis is a module (in boot resources 350 and 500) it is used by !AMPlayer and KinoAMP It will play MP3s but I mainly use DigitalCD for these now
# beepsimple: F12 then Ctrl-g or Ctrl-F12 then Ctrl-g or Ctrl-F12 basic VDU7 QUIT or Ctrl-F12 sound 1 &FFF2 &5800 10
# DigitalCD **** my sound manager of choiceauthor André Timmermans uses driver modules AcornCD AMPlayer Playit TimPlayer DiskSample to make a playlist: open Main Playlist drop directory of mp3s on it select the files cut selection paste selection into SEd textfile save in Playlist directory rename as appropriate set filetype to FileList double click to add to Main Playlist drag to correct place in list (or just use menu!)
# Playit ****module used by DigitalCD it is in ADFS::HardDisc5.$.!Boot.Resources.!PlayIt.Modules
# !PlaySoundcan play back WAV files and displays the parameters of the file eg duration in seconds, sample rate, format etc plays samples using PlayIt and MP3 files using AMPlayer Plays 16 bit sound, reads and writes Wave text annotation, can be controlled only using the iconbar icon, iconbar icon shows playing status, can play raw data files as well as the usual formats.
# !SampleEdLoad and save samples in a variety of different formats Apply effects to samples including fades, echoes and loops Supports the LADSPA plugin protocol for effects Uses Digital Renderer to play back samples
# Toolsthere are are some command line sound converters in: ADFS::HardDisc5.$.SOUNDZ.TOOLS one way of using them would be to: open a temp directory copy the tool to temp copy the file to be converted to temp set directory to temp CTRL-F12 open command window issue the conversion command eg - *mp3abs -v2 nisint01/mp3 bievenido/wav MP3Abs is an MPEG 1/2 Audio to WAVE convertor. Syntax: MP3Abs [-v
# Using !AudioIn to make a WAV track from a CD track For overview documentation see screen shots in:- ADFS::HardDisc5.$.SOUNDZ.CD_2_MP3 Method start audio recorder start play on digitalcd control stop audio recorder and save WAV file playback WAV file with !PlaySound Input device DVD (CD :0) medium Michel Thomas CD volume 46.3% Settings source sample rate format 1. Mono mix 8000 Hz 16 bit signed mono 2. CD 8000 Hz 16 bit signed mono 2b. * vol 10% 3. CD 11111 Hz 16 bit signed mono 4. CD 15152 Hz 16 bit signed mono 5. CD 20833 Hz 16 bit signed mono 6. CD 44100 Hz !!! does not work !!!! 9. CD 48000 Hz 16 bit signed mono Results 0:10 1. 5 quiet with some distortion at end of words 2. 7 slightly muffled 2b 7.1 still a bit muffled but not clipping 3. 7.2 a bit clearer 4. 7.5 good 5. 8.0 good enough - but see how it converts to mp3 9. 10.1 oddly enough sounds better than CD output Note - 8 minutes of Michel Thomas 48khz mono used 43M as WAV converted to MPŁ used 7M
# Using LAME to convert WAV to MP3 (or MP3 to WAV)convert WAV to MP3 using LAME - command line at present but - read the documentation.
# Using Shine to convert WAV to MP3do conversions in ADFS::HardDisc5.$.SOUNDZ.2convert There is a copy of "shine" in directory "2convert" copy file to be converted eg file/wav to 2convert set dir as current (c s tab) open taskwindow *shine (to see options) *shine file/wav file/mp3 Note - does not work for 8 bit encoded wav files (check again!)
# SOUND BASICfor a SOUND command see ADFS::HardDisc4.$.!Audio.AUDIO.BASICJR.TuneUp there are various programs which use sound from BASIC see ADFS::HardDisc5.$.PROGRAMZ.JRBASIC.MISCELLANEOUS the best documentation for sound is in the Archimedes books pgmr ref and user guide UG page 181 has a chapter on SOUND including pitch tables there are various programs which use sound from BASIC see ADFS::HardDisc4.$.!Audio.AUDIO.BASICJR the best documentation for sound is in the Archimedes books pgmr ref and user guide UG page 181 has a chapter on SOUND including pitch tables
# !eSpeak - this is in !Boot.Resources
# YouTube - see Murnong above
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