• Spyros

    Screenshot 2017-02-28 23.04.18.png

    A bit over complicated I think. But it is working. Thank you very much @whale-av

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  • Spyros

    all these commands work on linux:
    ls -la /usr/bin/ | grep ^- | wc -l
    ls -1 /usr/bin/ | wc -l
    du -a /usr/bin/ | cut -d/ -f2 | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr

    and many more...
    but with shell you just get the file names in the folder like simple ls on linux.
    I also tried to get a counter after ggee/shell but that is not working either

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  • Spyros

    Thank you LiamG,
    I am trying linux command but does not seem to work:

    bang
    |
    ls -1 /usr/bin/ | wc -l
    |
    ggee/shell
    |
    print

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  • Spyros

    Hello,
    Is there a simple way for pd to read the number of files in a folder?

    Thank you!

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  • Spyros

    David just checked with my home speakers and it works perfectly fine! I will check more in depth tomorrow but I am sure that it will be fine.
    Thank you very much

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  • Spyros

    Thank you very much for your answer. I will measure tomorrow and get back to you. Thank you again for everything!

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  • Spyros

    Thank you very much David! I am just curious to understand why you say dB does not mean anything.
    If I have a file playing from my speakers and I have a sound level meter and I see 80dB and then I use a wave editor and I amplify it by -3dB then I will see on the meter 77dB.

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  • Spyros

    I am trying to be able to amplify by lets say -20dB or +20dB the played sound file a.wav:

    Screenshot 2016-04-17 13.50.34.png

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  • Spyros

    Thank you so much for your answers. I can understand all that (I have a phd on acoustics), but for example a signal that is 0dB (electroacoustic signal) and I want to reduce that to -3dB, is that doable with a command? Just to give an example wave editors can do ->amplify->-1dB

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