[linux-audio-user] simple apps

Kai Vehmanen kai.vehmanen at wakkanet.fi
Tue Mar 11 09:00:01 EST 2003

On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Patrick Shirkey wrote:

> If you use JACK then you will want to get jack meterbridge which gives 
> you a few different options for displaying the levels. Then you can 
> record with any jack aware app.

Another option is ecasignalview. It's a simple ncurses app that comes with
ecasound (2.2.x). I've written it specifically for setting the recording
levels. Here's a screenshot:  

Ecasignalview keeps count of max peak values and numbers of clipped
samples (per channel), supports multichannel interfaces and JACK/ALSA/OSS.

You can also use it as a simple ncurses audio file player/recorder:

[plain monitoring]
ecasignalview /dev/dsp null

ecasignalview foo.mp3 /dev/dsp
ecasignalview foo.mp3 alsa,default

ecasignalview alsa,default newfoo.wav

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