Re: Sound and CDs query. Probably an FAQ but I could not find it.
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- Subject: [mg33037] Re: Sound and CDs query. Probably an FAQ but I could not find it.
- From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 00:47:52 -0500 (EST)
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Hi, every CD-Recording program like WinOnCD or what ever you use is able to create an audio CD, and add *.wav files to the CD-project. Since *.wav files are the MS-Windows format for sounds any recoding program will be able to use it. Some better CD-recording programs have an aditional sound editor so that you can mange the sound with it. AFAIK exporting a sound to *.wav will scale your data because reals are not saved in a sound file. Regards Jens "DIAMOND Mark R." wrote: > > As the header says, probably an FAQ but one I could not find... > > Can anyone advise me on getting a series of sounds produced in Mathematica into an > appropriate format for a sequence of tracks on audio CD. > > Assume at this stage that I have a large string of Reals which play, just as > I would like, with ListPlay. What are the steps to getting this onto CD? > What sound format (SND, WAV or AU) for a CD? Do I simply specify > Export["file.au", myNoise,"AU"] or is something more sophisticated needed? > And am I correct in thinking that the Reals are redundant (I have > Fourier-produced 1/f noise) and that I can scale them to 8-bit or 16-bit > integers and manipulate SampleRate etc? > > I would appreciated any advice > > Cheers, > > -- > Mark R. Diamond > Send email to server called psy dot uwa dot edu dot au and address to markd > http://www.psy.uwa.edu.au/user/markd