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How I can look for th eindex position on a sound file .wav  RSS feed

 
Rogelio Echeverri
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I am having problems installing squeakVM on my mac, getting this message application is not longer support.

I am writing a program where I need to combine two portions of different sounds ( (two).wav files) and I need to be able to see the index position.
I know that there are tools where you can open the file (.wav)


Do you know of any free tool that I can download in the web that will do that?

 
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What do you mean with "the index position" of a sound / .wav file?
 
Rogelio Echeverri
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wav file

public void splice()
{
Sound sound1 =
new Sound(FileChooser.getMediaPath("goodmusic.wav"));
Sound sound2 =
new Sound(FileChooser.getMediaPath("badmusic.wav"));

If I want to create another file with two parts(snippes) from each file.
I need to keep track of the two indexes in the loops, I need to know where I am in the array that I am copying to and when I am in the array that I am copping from
something like:
for (int sourceIndex = 33414;
source index < 40000
SourceIndex++, targetIndex++)

I know that there are tools out there where you can open the file (.wav) file play the sound and it will show you index positions when you play the sounds...

 
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Audacity is a very good and popular tool for working with audio files.
 
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Moving discussion as too difficult for “beginning”.
 
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