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  • ryssen
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Looking for a good wave generator
Where download good Sinewavegenereator?Where? 
  • Last Edit: 21 February, 2007, 07:45:32 PM by ryssen

Looking for a good wave generator
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What's a wave generator? And mabe you could tell Jesus to ask his Dad if he created any.

Is this OK?

  • ryssen
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It´s a program that makes a sinus tone in the frekvensy between 20-20000hz
for testing amplifiers,soundcards...

  • UED77
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Foobar2000 is a good Win32 media player that supports the creation of tones from its "Open file" prompt.

Audacity is an audio editor that can create pure sinewaves as well.

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  • Hanky
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It depends what you're exactly looking for, but I would suggest Audacity as well. Even the good old SoX could do the job with the synth command.
  • Last Edit: 24 February, 2006, 08:10:24 PM by Hanky

  • RockFan
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Where download god wavegenereator?Where? 
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I use NCH tone generator - does sine, square, saw, triangle (constant pitch or sweep, in mono or stereo), pink & white noise etc.

It's shareware/trialware, and although mine has stopped working in real time (nag-screen comes up) it still allows saving WAV files (not sure if that was intentional on the vendors part - I've hacked the Win2K registry several times for various reasons), which is far more useful anyway.

[a href="http://www.nch.com.au/tonegen/]http://www.nch.com.au/tonegen/[/url]

R.

edit > hmm, they've updated somewhat since I dowloaded a couple of years ago, it now comes in 'pro' and 'lite', and 'lite' doesn't have 'save as WAV' capability at all.

Perhaps I got lucky and have a version written before they got their 'trialware' expiry to work properly (assuming I didn't accidentally partially disable it with aforementioned registry hacking)..
  • Last Edit: 28 February, 2006, 01:42:54 PM by RockFan

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Foobar2000 is a good Win32 media player that supports the creation of tones from its "Open file" prompt.

How?
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  • kjoonlee
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silence://10
tone://400,10
sweep://400-800,10

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Thanks!
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