Snd is a sound editor modeled loosely after Emacs.
It can be customized and extended using either s7 (included in the Snd sources), Ruby, or Forth.
This is free and open source software.
- Editing in Snd is modeled after Emacs in many regards. Each channel has a cursor (a big “+”), a set of marks, and a list of edits that have not yet been saved. Most operations take place at the cursor. Operations can be applied simultaneously to any other channels or sounds by using the ‘sync’ button. Operations can be applied either to a sample, a selected portion, a channel, a sound, or any number of sounds at the same time.
- Control panel – amp, speed, expand, contrast, reverb, and filter.
- hHighly customizable and extensible. Add your own menu choices, editing operations, or graphing alternatives. Nearly everything in Snd can be set in an initialization file, loaded at any time from a text file of program code, or specified in a saved state file. It can also be set via inter-process communication or from stdin from any other program (CLM and Emacs in particular), embedded in a keyboard macro, or typed in the listener.
Developer: Snd developers
License: Artistic License
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