AudioScope is a text mode audio oscilloscope that captures sounds using DEMO, SOX, or DSP (/dev/dsp}. It is primarily a learning tool for kids. The script includes code and circuit diagrams for calibrating the horizontal and vertical axes. It features a demo mode with no dependences that samples /dev/urandom.
|Operating Systems||OSX 10.7+ Debian-based Linux PCLinuxOS 2009|
Release Notes: A semi-automatic Arduino detection command ARDDET<CR>. To see Arduino working after programming it, just temporarily wire a 10K pot' between +5V and Gnd with the wiper connected to ANALOG 0. An 8 second pure sine wave wave file for multi-platform use. Another command, BURST<CR>, plays the above wave file using "afplay" for OS X or "aplay" for Linux. DC now allows REAL DC into the scope if Arduino is detected. If not, it defaults to a DEMO mode and samples /dev/urandom. Calibration is yet to be done.
Release Notes: This release removes the "clear" command. The function "clrscn()" replaces it. It removes the "sleep" command. The function "delay()" replaces it, with keyboard override. These functions use builtins and terminal extensions only. This release adds a LOAD command to load a capture into the _buffer_ and display it. On program startup, a pseudo-capture file is generated as "0000000000.BIN" in the /tmp/ directory to test the LOAD command. If you enter a wrong filename, it does nothing except return you to the Scope's COMMAND window.
Release Notes: This is the first Freecode announcement.