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Well, I am happy to introduce you to the Speech Recognition world :) In fact there is a lot of research in this topic, but there is not a tool that is established at all in UNIX systems. Here is a post with a extensive list of tools...even when not effective tools actually. Decent speech recognition software for Linux For comparing purposes, you can search ...


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The only tool that's able to do that is probably shazam... However, you can't use it for your own recordings. You may want to take a look at accoustic fingerprinting !


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tl;dr: GitEye = most intuitive UI, fastest workflow, highly customizable I'm a long time TortoiseHg Workbench poweruser and I love it, so naturally my completely opinionated criteria were mostly based on it: * full history visible in main window * beautiful tree (DAG), branches CLEARLY separated * current branch clearly visible in history * superclear ...


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tl;dr: GitEye = most intuitive UI, fastest workflow, highly customizable I'm a long time TortoiseHg Workbench poweruser and I love it, so naturally my completely opinionated criteria were mostly based on it: * full history visible in main window * beautiful tree (DAG), branches CLEARLY separated * current branch clearly visible in history * superclear ...


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sox — the Swiss Army knife of audio manipulation — is a program that can apply effects to audio. It usually takes as parameter one or more input files, an output file, and the effects to apply. It can also be invoked as rec or play, and then it uses the default sound device as input or output, respectively.


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If you have pulseaudio then you have the commands parec and pacat at your disposal for recording and play back. The option --rate of pacat allows you to change pitch.


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check out: geeqie (a GTK based multiformat image viewer)



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