DADiSP/WAV Version 2.0 offers new streamlined interface and new features for digital audio data editing
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) announces a new version of the DADiSP/WAV audio module, an add-on to the popular DADiSP graphical data analysis application for handling digital audio data. A new, streamlined interface, direct integration with Windows Media Player, automatic waveform scaling and both standard and user-defined quantisation and format – these new features combine to extend the functionality and improve the speed of audio data handling in DADiSP.
DADiSP/WAV allows the user to read, write and edit digital audio data from .WAV format files via easy-to-use pop-up menus or simple one line functions. The DADiSP/WAV module supports standard PCM .WAV file format for 8 and 16 bit mono and stereo data files, giving users the flexibility to work directly with their data and take full advantage of the .WAV file format.
DADiSP/WAV Version 2.0 includes a completely redesigned user interface to streamline the process of creating, reading, writing and playing PCM .WAV files. At a click, waveforms from any DADiSP Window can be played directly with Windows Media Player or any other .WAV compatible application. The data is automatically scaled to provide optimal signal to noise ratio.
Series can be quantised to standard 8 bit and 16 bit resolution or user determined quantisation, and the bit format can be specified for custom applications.
DADiSP, from DSP Development Corporation (Newton, Massachusetts), is a full-featured data analysis and visualisation environment designed to meet the demanding data analysis needs of scientists and engineers. Its highly graphical user interface features interrelated, “live” graphical windows which update automatically when a variable is changed. DADiSP automatically captures data from laboratory instruments and test and measurement equipment, and is compatible with data from a wide range of Windows applications.
The DADiSP range of products, including a choice of optional extensions, is supplied and supported by Adept Scientific.
With offices in the UK, USA, Germany and throughout the Nordic region, Adept Scientific is one of the world’s leading suppliers of software and hardware products for research, scientific, engineering and technical applications on desktop computers.