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xstreme 10th December 2012 07:48 AM

Tgen V1.0 (free software function generator)
 
Hello I wrote this 100 % freeware code , is a software function generator for personal purposes (runs on Windows only @ Direct Sound)

http://www.bonisaudio.com/tgen_V1.jpg

xstreme 10th December 2012 07:57 PM

Sorry, ....forgot to add the link

TGEN V1 - BONIS AUDIO

xstreme 12th December 2012 07:08 AM

Update to V1.1

xstreme 13th December 2012 07:22 AM

Update to 1.5

http://www.bonisaudio.com/tgen15.jpg

xstreme 14th December 2012 01:14 PM

I'm working to add the pink noise function.

:santa2: @ all. :)

xstreme 15th December 2012 01:43 PM

http://www.bonisaudio.com/tgenw/tgen2.jpg

TGEN V2.0 - BONIS AUDIO

JMFahey 17th December 2012 03:31 PM

Hey !! Thanks a lot !!
Will download and test.
Tante grazie !!

xstreme 18th December 2012 10:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JMFahey (Post 3288647)
Hey !! Thanks a lot !!
Will download and test.
Tante grazie !!

If you find any bugs , i'm here, thanks. ;)

JMFahey 18th December 2012 11:56 AM

Have downloaded it, works like a charm.
Useful in more than way.
Now, since you are asking for input, can you somehow add the possibility to add an extra function?
I'd love to be able to set frequency sweeps within predetermined frequencies.
Meaning: I'd need to set any of the classic 1/3 octave scale center frequencies and sweep ("warble") it up and down within a 1/3 octave range.
Example: set it to 1000 Hz and have it sweep continuously up and down from 891 to 1122 Hz , and so on, as in: Frequency Limits for Octave Bands
The warbling frequency should be adjustable between, say, 1 Hz to 10Hz or so.
This enables the generator to be used as a very practical and fast speaker (or room) frequency response tracer, just this generator and an electret microphone into a preamp.
Much more repeatable and precise than the classic pinknoise+1/3 octave filter, because the filter is not perfect, has "skirts" (it still is sensible to out of band frequencies), etc ; while sweeping a pure sinewave between precise limits can be trusted more.
Don't know if this is achievable or turns your project upside down, but anyway I want to congratulate you on an *excellent* and very useful design.
Thanks.

xstreme 18th December 2012 08:38 PM

Interesting ....i will work on it :)

Thanks

ps
are you ....SSG? :)


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