LF: Spectrogram 4.2.4 Update
Sun, 23 Aug 1998 17:27:13 -0400
Peter Bobek wrote:
> Hello to all users of SPECTROGRAM,
> Today I received the attached message from Richard Horne.
> Great to see Richard is continuously improving performance
> of the software. He is also very interested in getting
> feedback from the users to implement new features.
> The ZIP-file to be downloaded is abt 164 kB in size.
> 73, Peter/DJ8WL (ex: DA0LF)
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> Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 12:08:09 -0400
> From: Richard Horne <email@example.com>
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> To: BOBEK@compuserve.com,
> Subject: Spectrogram 4.2.4 Update
> A freeware update to Spectrogram for Windows (95/98/NT) is
> available for FTP download from the Spectrogram web page,
> http://www.monumental.com/rshorne/gram.html. Spectrogram is
> a freeware dual channel audio spectrum analyzer which can
> provide either a scrolling time-frequency display or a
> spectrum analyzer scope display in real time for any sound
> source connected to your sound card. This is version 4.2.4
> which provides the following improvements.
> 1. Audio data acquisition is improved to eliminate the
> occasional millisecond gaps in data that occur with earlier
> versions of Spectrogram. Audio data can now be scanned,
> recorded, and analyzed without error.
> 2. Recording of audio data (wave) files of up to 2GB in size
> direct to your hard drive is now possible. Playback and
> spectrum analysis of files of this size is also possible.
> 3. Both narrowband and broadband processing are now possible
> in both the real-time scanning modes as well as the file
> analysis modes. Broadband processing was formerly available
> only for analysis of recorded sounds.
> 4. The quick record function allows recording to be turned
> on and off while scanning real-time audio data. This version
> improves the accuracy of quick record start and stop so that
> audio events of interest are precisely captured.
> 5. The program now has a collection of fixed frequency and
> amplitude markers that can be inserted over the scrolling
> spectrogram display or the scope display. These markers are
> useful for tagging specific frequency or amplitude events on
> the display.
> I recommend that you download this update if you are still
> using an earlier version of Spectrogram.
> Richard Horne