sloop.splitter is a realtime sound effect software.
Version: 0.2.1sloop.splitter is a realtime sound effect software.
Operating System: Linux
It samples sounds from any source and dissects them. It searches for waveforms and repeats them from one repetition to thousands. So, it generates synthetic sounds from natural ones.
The waveforms are never deformed, only repeated, so always natural waveforms are played, but in a more or less synthetic way.
The number of repetitions constantly changes from one (the identical sound) to thousands and back. It tries to show the transition between the synthetic and the natural.
· Linux OS
· fullduplex capable soundcard (or two halfduplex)
· a lot of free RAM
· enough free CPU time
Unpack the archive with
tar -xvzf sloop.splitter-0.2.1.tar.gz
and cd to the folder with
You probably already did this :)
sloop.splitter does need only usual libraries so you should be able compile it with
gcc sloop.splitter.c -o sloop.splitter -lm -lpthread
add -On (n is 1..6) and -march=i686 or -march=i586 if you want to use optimizations. Here is my own compile string.
gcc sloop.splitter.c -o sloop.splitter -O6 -march=i686 -lm -lpthread
Now you are ready to start the program with
What's New in This Release:
· It is intended to be used with a microphone. It does only skip periods of silence.