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License:
OpenSource under LGPL
Size:
11.4 MB
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1176
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
Marcos Gridi-Papp(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
Sound Ruler is open code and free and just like scientific knowledge, Sound Ruler is available for all to use, adapt, criticize for their needs and improve on.

Its visual interactive approach to analysis brings you the best of two worlds: the control of manual analysis and the objectivity and speed of automated analysis.

Sound Ruler gives special attention to simple, repetitive sounds, that can be quickly analyzed in great detail pulse by pulse for studies on populational variation.



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