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SoX is able to handle formats like Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV, AIFF, VOC, SND, AU, GSM and several more. Any format support requires at least libsox-fmt-base. Some formats have their own package e.g. mp3 read and write support is provided by libsox-fmt-mp3.
SoX supports most common sound architectures i.e. Alsa, Libao, OSS and Pulse (respectively provided by libsox-fmt-alsa, libsox-fmt-ao, libsox-fmt-oss and libsox-fmt-pulse). It also supports LADSPA plugins.
SoX from git ------------ If you downloaded SoX from git, you may build the package by: 1) Generating the autotools files: autoreconf -i 2) Configuring and making the release tarball: ./configure && make dist 3) Building the package: debuild -B -- Pascal Giard <email@example.com> Tue, 08 May 2007 21:13:56 -0400
SoX: Sound eXchange =================== SoX (Sound eXchange) is the Swiss Army knife of sound processing tools: it can convert sound files between many different file formats & audio devices, and can apply many sound effects & transformations, as well as doing basic analysis and providing input to more capable analysis and plotting tools. SoX is licensed under the GNU GPL and G more»
Package Structure ----------------- Say the SoX version is 14.3.0. the orig tarball is built by: 1) Creating a sox-14.3.0 folder; 2) Copying the upstream source tarball into it; 3) Calling "tar -czvf sox_14.3.0.orig.tar.gz sox-14.3.0". Modifying and Patching the Source --------------------------------- Patches can be applied by creating a debian/patches folder, adding patches to it and building t more»
Highlights for this release include: o Add floating point encodings in AIFF-C files. o Pad WAV da more»
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sox (14.4.0-3) unstable; urgency=low * [debian/patches/01_default_audio_driver_fallback.patch]: more»