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1answer
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How to get sound intensity of an audio input through terminal?

I want to know the intensity of the sound being heard by an audio in source like a mic or Line-in through Command line. Kinda like the progressbar under the mouse but in CLI. audiointensity mic0 10 ...
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1answer
232 views

Get the current volume level in OS X Terminal CLI?

I would like to check the current volume level from the CLI on my Mac. I know I can set it like this: osascript -e 'set volume <N>' But that doesn't seem to work when trying to get the ...
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Add album-art cover to mp3/ogg file from command-line in batch mode?

I am looking for a software in Linux, that will add the album-art/cover to each of the selected files in batch-mode. The album art is a jpg/png stored in my computer. It will be awesome if it can ...
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1answer
330 views

Is there a command line tool for analyzing audio frequency

I am planning to analyze audio via linux command line. There are a lot of analyzers out there which have a graphical interface, but since I want to make an automated input/output of this information I ...
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1answer
510 views

Mass ID3 tag editor like vorbistagedit?

My favorite tool for batch editing of vorbis comments is vorbistagedit. I can do vorbistagedit *.ogg and it lets me edit the metadata in all my ogg files at once in my favorite editor (emacs). I'm ...
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3answers
725 views

command line audio with mpg123 - how to save position in audio and begin from that location next time?

I am contemplating using mpg123 as an audiobook player. I can't find any other good audiobook players for Linux, and I think mpg123 may be my best option. My audiobooks are organized by directories ...
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Set volume from terminal

Is it possible to set the audio volume using the terminal?, instead of clicking the speaker icon in the topbar, the reason I want need to do this is because my keyboard does not have a volume ...
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How do I display the name of my audio card driver from the command line in Lubuntu 11.10?

I am running Lubuntu 11.10 and I want to display my Audio / Sound Card Driver from the command line.
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1answer
230 views

Extract pitch information from audio file

Is there a command-line utility which would allow me to extract pitch information from an audio file and store it in a numerical form (i.e. as a list of comma-separated values)?
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3answers
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amixer - How to change recording channel?

So fat, I am setting up microphone settings : $ amixer set 'Rear Mic' 90% mute cap $ amixer set 'Rear Mic Boost' 80% But, after some sys. update, my default recoding chanell changed to 'Front Mic' ...
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How to use command line to change volume?

I am trying to control the volume using my programming script. How can I do the following in Fedora 15, Ubuntu linux? Mute/ Unmute Volume up and volume down Note: Please note that I use a web USB ...
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1answer
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Play RTMP stream from command-line

I've managed to get flvstreamer to read a radio station's RTMP stream with the options --live -r [url], and it outputs what I guess is the raw audio data + stream info to stdout. Can I make it play ...
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How do I split a flac with a cue?

I've got a full album flac, and a cue file for it. How can I split this into a flac per track. I'm a KDE user, so I would prefer a KDE/QT way, I would like to see command line and other gui answer's ...
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How do I make my pc speaker beep

Using bash, how can I make the pc speaker beep? Something like echo 'beepsound' > /dev/pcspkr would be nice.