[LAU] rubberband and batch processing

Jan Weil Jan.Weil at web.de
Fri Jun 6 09:13:13 EDT 2008

Am Freitag, den 06.06.2008, 14:02 +0100 schrieb Chris Cannam:
> On 06/06/2008, M-.-n <nostromo at arkaos.net> wrote:
> > [...] a script that I run after I checked it looks right
> In that situation (where I'm not totally confident of my syntax) I
> generally just start off using "echo" or something equally innocuous
> instead of the command I really want to run.
> e.g. for the loop I mentioned in my previous mail, start by running
> for x in *.wav; do
>    echo -t 0.8 "$x" "${x%%.wav}-100.wav"
> done
> then if that looks right, just up-arrow and replace echo with
> rubberband or whatever your program is.
> Doesn't work if your first argument happens to be one of those also
> accepted by echo, of course.  Also doesn't tell you whether you've
> handled spaces in the filenames correctly or not.

Regarding spaces in file names - took me a while to learn but now it
comes in very handy (again Bash):

export IFS=$'\n'; for i in *.wav; do rubberband -T1.25 $i ${i%.wav}-100.wav; done



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