GramoFile is a application with the main goal of putting the sound of for example gramophone records on CDs.
- Integrated sound recording and playback (with customized versions of brec(1) and bplay(1) by David Monro);
- Handling of large sound files up to a few GB;
- Signal peak level meter during recording;
- Playback of user-specifiable parts of sound files;
- Signal processing through application of `filters';
- Nine filters (filter types, actually) are supplied, new ones can be added fairly easily;
- Multiple filters can be used, in random order, in one single run - even multiple instances of the same filter;
- Most filters can be fine-tuned through a number of parameters (independent for each filter instance);
- A large sound file containing an entire side of a gramophone record can be splitted into separate sound files, one for each track;
- Signal processing and track splitting are performed simultaneously; no temporary files are used at all;
- Text mode user interface with a windows-like look and `feel';
- Sound files of the familiar .wav type are used, to allow easy interchange with other programs;
- The program comes with extensive documentation explaining the implemented filters and the track splitting.