shell script...

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by wisecracker, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. wisecracker, Jul 31, 2013
    Last edited: Jul 31, 2013

    wisecracker macrumors newbie


    Sep 24, 2012
    In front of my computer.
    Not sure if anyone is interested, but I have been developing this little baby.

    It is a text mode shell script of an

    Designed around a single Mic input 13" Macbook Pro.

    Attached is a photo of what it looks like...

    Still under development and now working out how to get the DC component
    and polarity into the same single Mic input...

    It also works on Debian 6.0.x and PCLinuxOS 2009...

    If you like what you see all future uploads will be at the above site...



    Uploaded the latest script as a text file...

    Just rename to and change permissions etc if you want to run it. It uses a default Macbook Pro OSX 10.7.5 Terminal...

    Attached Files:

  2. wisecracker thread starter macrumors newbie


    Sep 24, 2012
    In front of my computer.
    Nearly two years on and ths is the project so far as of this reply's datestamp. This is an unofficial release...

    The builtin unfinished Manual is at the end of the script and is saved as /tmp/AudioScope.Manual on program exit...

    Stats of the script so far at version 0.31.97...

    # Total Lines=3617.
    # Blank Lines=28.
    # Code Lines=1856.
    # Comments=1733, (including the builtin Manual).
    # Filesize=147913 bytes.

    Capture Modes:-

    /dev/urandom for DEMO mode.
    /dev/dsp for CygWin and lores OSS modes.
    SoX, Sound eXcahange for full access.
    QuickTime Player for MBP OSX 10.7.x.
    SoundRecorder.exe for hires mode for CygWin.
    arecord for ALSA audio on Linux.

    Designed on a MacBook Pro 13 inch

    Read the manual or the script for a run down of this tool.

    Arduino Diecimila is used for any DC component - IF REQUIRED - at the moment.
    Alternative home brew DC access underway...

    The same URL as shown in the previous upload has the full thread, with photos.

    Just get the file, save into your $HOME, (~/), drawer, rename it as, set your permissions and run as ./ It is designed to run in DEMO mode first using /dev/urandom...

    It creates numerous test and calibration files inside /tmp/ which can be used for other things...

    Have fun...

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