WaveTools is a library consisting of 8 programs for manipulating mono WAV Files.
Version: 1.0WaveTools is a library consisting of 8 programs for manipulating mono WAV Files which I have written for an audiology project at the Technical University of Vienna some years ago as a toolbox for generating and preprocessing small test samples, so this is probably not for making music with (unless you're doing some real hardcore Techno), but if you want to write your own effect filters or sound analysis tools and don't want to mess around with format conversions or standard input filters, or if you just want to arrange some WAVs for your voice modem, you might find this useful.
Operating System: Linux
WaveTools have been developed under Linux/gcc, but should compile on any platform which has an ANSI C compiler (except wview, of course).
What's New in This Release:
· Dropped binary DOS support (due to lack of DOS compiler; you can still try to build your own DOS binaries if you have a sufficiently old watcom compiler available.)
· fixed bug in wcat.c when converting to lower sample rates
· Dokumentation is now in PDF Format (still German only, though)
· If you have trouble compiling, try deleting the wview entry from the exec: tag in the Makefile. Unless you're into computer archeology, svgalib should be really obsolete by now.