Is it possible to "save" the audio of bristol

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2009-06-10
2013-05-23
  • Architeuthis

    Architeuthis - 2009-06-10

    Hello, I just found out about bristol (great program by the way) and I was wondering if it would be possible to sava/export the audio I am producing with bristol?

     
    • Nick Copeland

      Nick Copeland - 2009-06-10

      That is possible, The switch should be '-output <filename>' however if you do 'startBristol -v -h' you will get a full list of options and the disk output option is included.

      The output is raw sample, 16bit stereo interleaved. It is done quite far down the audio drivers making a copy of the data going to the output. You can then use something like sox, oggenc or mpg123 to change that into different formats.

      The code does leading edge zero detection so the output file will start with the first note you play.

      Kind regards, Nick.

       
    • Architeuthis

      Architeuthis - 2009-06-10

      Ok, thanks!

       
    • Nick Copeland

      Nick Copeland - 2009-06-13

      Oops, just checked this out and the switch is not -output, its just '-o <filename>'

      The next release will recognise both -o and -output, just added that in.

      Regards, Nick.

       

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