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This is JExplodomatica, a Java port of Explodomatica. See http://smcameron.github.com/explodomatica Build Instructions ------------------ You will need to have the JDK installed to compile. You can get the JDK at http://java.sun.com Now you really have 2 options to compile: (1)You can compile it manually using javac, or (2)you can use Ant if you have it installed. 1) Navigate to the JExplodomatica directory in a terminal and run: mkdir bin javac -d ./bin/ ./src/*.java 2) Navigate to the JExplodomatica directory in a terminal and run: ant Running JExplodomatica ---------------------- The GUI program is named JExplodomatica. After compiling, you can run the GUI version from a terminal by running (from the JExplodomatica directory): java -cp ./bin/ JExplodomatica The command-line program is named Explodomatica. After compiling, you can run the command-line version of JExplodomatica from a terminal by running (from the JExplodomatica directory): java -cp ./bin/ Explodomatica [options] somefile.wav Note that you should replace '[options]' with your choice of options and 'somefile.wav' with path and file name where you want JExplodomatica to write the output sound. The JExplodomatica usage is listed below for convenience. Usage ----- Explodomatica [options] somefile.wav caution: somefile.wav will be overwritten. options: --duration n Specifies duration of explosion in secs Default value is 4.000000 secs --nlayers n Specifies number of sound layers to use to build up each explosion. Default is 4 --preexplosions n Specifies number of 'pre-explostions' to generate Default is 1 --pre-delay n Specifies approximate length of the 'ka' in 'ka-BOOM!' (it is somewhat randomized) Default is 0.250000 secs --pre-lp-factor n Specifies the impact of the low pass filter used on the pre-explosion part of the sound. values closer to zero lower the cutoff frequency while values close to one raise it. Value should be between 0.2 and 0.9. Default is 0.800000 --pre-lp-count n Specifies the number of times the low pass filter used on the pre-explosion part of the sound. values Default is 1 --speedfactor n Amount to speed up (or slow down) the final explosion sound. Values greater than 1.0 speed the sound up, values less than 1.0 slow it down Default is 0.450000 --noreverb Suppress the 'reverb' effect --input file Use the given (44100Hz mono) wav file as input instead of generating white noise for input.