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SoX, the [http://sox.sourceforge.net/ SOund eXchanger],
 
SoX, the [http://sox.sourceforge.net/ SOund eXchanger],
is a command line tool for converting between various formats
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is a project for converting between various formats
 
and applying effects to the signals.
 
and applying effects to the signals.
   
 
You can use it to write, read and play audio signals in Haskell applications.
 
You can use it to write, read and play audio signals in Haskell applications.
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There are two ways to access the functionality of SoX
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and there are two according Haskell packages:
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* a command line tool that we can talk to from Haskell via pipes,
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* a library with a binary interface.
   
 
{{PackageInfoBox|name=sox|darcs-code=~thielema/sox/}}
 
{{PackageInfoBox|name=sox|darcs-code=~thielema/sox/}}
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{{PackageInfoBox|name=soxlib|darcs-code=~thielema/soxlib/}}
   
 
[[Category:Music]]
 
[[Category:Music]]
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Latest revision as of 03:32, 26 April 2021

SoX, the SOund eXchanger, is a project for converting between various formats and applying effects to the signals.

You can use it to write, read and play audio signals in Haskell applications.

There are two ways to access the functionality of SoX and there are two according Haskell packages:

  • a command line tool that we can talk to from Haskell via pipes,
  • a library with a binary interface.
Package sox
Hackage http://hackage.haskell.org/package/sox
Repository darcs get http://code.haskell.org/~thielema/sox/
Package soxlib
Hackage http://hackage.haskell.org/package/soxlib
Repository darcs get http://code.haskell.org/~thielema/soxlib/