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Orson Maxwell

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wav2pwl for OrCAD simulation
« on: January 25, 2014, 07:54:13 AM »
Hi, guys!

I thought I'll just throw in a little program I came up with when I got to reamping virtual circuits in OrCAD. I don't know if anyone here is into it, but anyway here it is:

Link to my box

It is a command line program and requires Python 2.7.X to run, but I can try and see about that if required.

Some features:
- supports wave audio up to 88.2kHz / 24b;
- Supports multichannel wavs (the channel to convert is chosen via the '-c' option);
- Works fast (a minute of maximum supported resolution audio gets converted in 45 seconds. You can benefit further using lighter wav format and quicker HDD);
- Does not lock up and shows progress;
- Can be interrupted via standard Ctrl+C combination at any time - even when writing data to file - all offloaded data gets saved;
- Shows help if run without arguments.

Cheers.
If you want something done well - do it yourself.

Orson Maxwell

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Re: wav2pwl for OrCAD simulation
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2014, 05:16:41 PM »
Fixed some bugs and added the complimentary utility to convert the simulation results (.csd) back into audio:

Link to the box.

Cheers guys :)
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