I just uploaded a new MATAA release. The new release is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mataa .
The new release contains a bug fixes, code improvements, and extended functions. These were available in the subversion (SVN) repository, but I though it’s about time to put the improvements from the last three years into a new release. As always, I recommend using the SVN repository to keep track of the latest and the greatest of MATAA. However, if you prefer the point releases, this is for you.... read more
The new release (20081229) now provides full support for sound in/out with Linux.
Fixed a but that has occurred on some Windows machines running Octave, and that prevented MATAA from working properly.
I updated the documentation slightly (including spaces in the path to the MATAA files, links to the MATAA article in aX).
The article on MATAA has been published in audioXpress 7/2007. You can download it at http://www.audioxpress.com/magsdirx/ax/addenda/media/brennwald2806.pdf
An article on MATAA is scheduled to appear in the July issue of audioXpress (http://www.audioxpress.com) !
Code clean up to fix minor problem with Octave on Windows, fix mataa_audio_info to properly return '(UNKNOWN)' as device name if the audio device is unknown.
Added support for simultaneous ouptut of different test signals in different sound channels. Thanks to Morten Laursen for the idea and the help!
I fixed a few minor typos in the code that would prevent code execution in Matlab (Octave is not affected).
Shu Sang compiled TestTone and TestDevices for Windows to enable sound input/output on Windows. Thanks Shu!
Expanded documentation now includes a complete list of all MATAA tools and their usage.
Minor fixes in code and documentation.
First public release of MATAA released.