SpectMorph - Documentation - smtool 0.3.1

SMTOOL

SMTOOL

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
COMMANDS
SEE ALSO

NAME

smtool - tool to show/change SpectMorph data from .sm/.smset files

SYNOPSIS

smtool <sm_file>|<smset_file> <command> [ <command_specific_args> ]

DESCRIPTION

smtool is a general purpose program that can perform operations on .sm/.smset files. Some of the operations extract data (like size), others modify data (like auto-tune). If a .smset file is given as argument, the operation is performed on the individual .sm files that are contained in the .smset file.

OPTIONS

smtool options depend on the command used, the command specific arguments are listed below.

COMMANDS

volume <percent>

Compute average energy of the audio data around <percent>.

fundamental-freq

Output fundamental frequency of the audio data.

mix-freq

Output mixing frequency (sample rate) of the audio data.

zero-values-at-start

Output zero-values-at-start property of the audio data.

attack

Output attack parameters of the audio data.

size

Output overview of the size in bytes of the different parts of the audio data.

loop-params

Output loop parameters of the audio data.

noise-params <frame_no>

Output noise component of a frame of the audio data.

frame <frame_no>

Show original samples and reconstructed samples for one frame of the audio data.

frame-params <frame_no>

Show the freqencies/magnitudes of one frame of the audio data.

total-noise

Sum up all noise parameters of all frames of the audio data.

nan-test

Check all frame data contents for NaNs.

original-samples

Show original samples of the audio data.

freq <freq_min> <freq_max>

Show all frequency entries of the audio data in the specified range.

spectrum <frame_no>

Compare original and reconstructed spectrum for a given frame.

auto-loop <percent>

Set a one frame loop that starts and ends at the same point (given by <percent>).

tail-loop

Loop audio data at the end using a one frame loop.

auto-tune

Tune instrument using the (40%..60%) data to extract the actual frequency.

tune-all-frames

Tune each frame of the instrument. This will discard minimal changes in frequency which are normal for most instruments, so it might sound artificial.

auto-volume <percent>

Normalize audio volume, using the volume around <percent> as reference.

auto-volume-from-loop

Normalize audio volume, using the volume of the looped part as reference.

SEE ALSO

smenc.1 <https://testbit.eu/wiki/Smenc.1>, smplay.1 <https://testbit.eu/wiki/Smplay.1>


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