spectrographic VS img-encode

Compare spectrographic vs img-encode and see what are their differences.

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spectrographic img-encode
2 2
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0.0 0.9
3 months ago over 2 years ago
Python JavaScript
MIT License MIT License
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  • What is the process for using anything from gethub?(I'm new)
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/github | 14 May 2021
    find the "Code" button on your repo and then copy the url from the box that opens. Then, in a terminal, run git clone https://github.com/alexadam/img-encode.git (or the url you copied). this downloads the repository to your local system. From there, every repository is different, so you'll have to consult the readme for that repo to understand it better
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/github | 14 May 2021
    Hello all, what is the process for using downloaded gethub files? I've looked around for a while but have never found an answer, but is there some sort of compiling process? a point in the right direction would be appreciated if so. for example, this takes images and turns them into sound to be played back as a spectrogram. the python file is missing quotations. but that's about it. I've never figured out how to use any of these I've tried. anyway, thanks all. https://github.com/alexadam/img-encode

What are some alternatives?

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gensound - Pythonic audio processing and generation framework

mpv-scripts - mpv lua scripts

showcqt-js - ShowCQT (Constant Q Transform) audio visualization

pbf - A low-level, lightweight protocol buffers implementation in JavaScript.

html5bytebeat - Bytebeats in HTML5

pianolizer - An easy-to-use toolkit for music exploration and visualization, an audio spectrum analyzer helping you turn sounds into piano notes

UnityAudioVisualizer - Audio for Smart Assistant.

ZzFX - A Tiny JavaScript Sound FX System / Zuper Zmall Zound Zynth

iconv-lite - Convert character encodings in pure javascript.