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Re: Chevraqis: a sketch

From:taliesin the storyteller <taliesin@...>
Date:Monday, August 14, 2000, 17:04
* H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...> [000811 19:21]:
> On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 07:02:12PM +0200, taliesin the storyteller wrote: > > * H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...> [000810 19:54]: > > > I found the following link helpful in this respect: > > > > > > > [snip] > > No matter what program I try to use they all sound like somebody's > > experiment involving an electrical guitar, a fuzz-box and a donkey. > > Are they *supposed* to sound like that? > > > > Anyone have any ideas that'll work on 'nix? > > Actually, I've been trying to figure that out myself. I've yet to figure > out how to play .au files under Linux. Attempting to play it through a WAV > player is probably the cause of the sounds you describe. (Yes, I tried it, > that's how I know.)
I did as I usually do with .au-files, "cat <file> > /dev/audio". Frantic search for .au-players lead to nothing as well (several players, none that tackled 'em)...
> I'll post more info to this list if I solve the problem.
I have wavs of them now that can be played in xwave(1) or play(1) (but they're still not cattable). The size-differences are negligible so I'd say the ppl that made the .au's copped out :) Ask for 'em and you'll get 'em. t.