SoX - Examples

Examples

SoX being used to process some audio:

$ sox track1.wav track1-processed.flac remix - norm -3 highpass 22 gain -3 rate 48k norm -3 dither Input File : 'track1.wav' Channels : 2 Sample Rate : 44100 Precision : 16-bit Duration : 00:02:54.97 = 7716324 samples = 13123 CDDA sectors Sample Encoding: 16-bit Signed Integer PCM Endian Type : little Output File : 'track1-processed.flac' Channels : 1 Sample Rate : 48000 Precision : 16-bit Duration : 00:02:54.97 = 8398720 samples ~ 13123 CDDA sectors Sample Encoding: 16-bit FLAC sox: effects chain: input 44100Hz 2 channels 16 bits (multi) sox: effects chain: remix 44100Hz 2 channels 16 bits (multi) sox: effects chain: norm 44100Hz 1 channels 16 bits sox: effects chain: highpass 44100Hz 1 channels 16 bits sox: effects chain: gain 44100Hz 1 channels 16 bits (multi) sox: effects chain: rate 44100Hz 1 channels 16 bits sox: effects chain: norm 48000Hz 1 channels 16 bits sox: effects chain: dither 48000Hz 1 channels 16 bits (multi) sox: effects chain: output 48000Hz 1 channels 16 bits (multi)

Playing some audio files:

$ play *.ogg 01 - Summer's Cauldron.ogg: Encoding: Vorbis Channels: 2 @ 16-bit Track: 01 of 15 Samplerate: 44100Hz Album: Skylarking Album gain: -7.8dB Artist: XTC Duration: 00:03:19.99 Title: Summer's Cauldron In:20.8% 00:00:41.61 Out:1.84M Clip:0

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