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Re: [microsound] Active Perl Datas to sound???


you can also use programs like soundtracker (linux only, i think) that
will convert any file to audio using whatever parameters you choose for
samplerate, bit depth etc.  gives you a little more control ever the
conversion process then cat foo > /dev/dsp

perl is/was used in many live-coding performances, fwiw:


On Thu, 2007-05-10 at 09:21 -0400, john saylor wrote:
> hi
> On 5/10/07, thierry bernard <usrmanual@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > does anybody can give me some topics on
> > how from an active perl text document to transform it into sounds
> on linux:
> cat file.txt > /dev/dsp
Mechanize something idiosyncratic.

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