GramoFile is a application with the main goal of putting the sound of for example gramophone records on CDs.
GramoFile is a computer program, running under the Linux operating system (and some other UNIX-like OSses), with the main goal of putting the sound of for example gramophone records on CDs. It is able to record hours of CD quality music, split long sound files in separate tracks, and remove ticks and pops from recordings.
- 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.
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