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There are a few tutorials available [[User Guide/Tutorials|here]].
 
There are a few tutorials available [[User Guide/Tutorials|here]].
  
==Scripts, Development, and Extending {{STX}}==
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{{STX}} comes with a number of [[User Guide/Pre-installed scripts|pre-installed scripts]] - applications written in the {{STX}} scripting language, and loaded and run from a text file. You can write your own {{STX}} scripts, [[User Guide/Toolbox|toolboxes]] and applications. All the functionality that you find in {{STX}} is available to you in the script language. The [[User Guide/The_Script_Controller|script controller]] dialog, the [[User Guide/STX_Console|command line console]], the integrated [[User Guide/Debugger|debugger]] and the [[Programmer Guide]] will help you.
 
{{STX}} comes with a number of [[User Guide/Pre-installed scripts|pre-installed scripts]] - applications written in the {{STX}} scripting language, and loaded and run from a text file. You can write your own {{STX}} scripts, [[User Guide/Toolbox|toolboxes]] and applications. All the functionality that you find in {{STX}} is available to you in the script language. The [[User Guide/The_Script_Controller|script controller]] dialog, the [[User Guide/STX_Console|command line console]], the integrated [[User Guide/Debugger|debugger]] and the [[Programmer Guide]] will help you.

Revision as of 10:14, 11 September 2019

Organise your sound files

STx can play, analyse, annotate and modify wave files. The main application - the Workspace - is where you load your sound files and start your analysis from. Your sound files are organised in a project file. You can use the FindFile application to search for wave files on disk and import them into STx.

Analyse a Signal

There are a number of applications for analysing signals in STx.

Record a Signal

The Recorder can be used to save an input stream to disk and whilst segmenting it on the fly.

Command-Line Parameters

There is a minimal set of command line parameters which can be passed to STx.

Concepts / Terminology

STx uses some concepts and terminology which might benefit from some explanation. See Concepts and Terminology.

Tutorials

There are a few tutorials available here.

Scripts, Toolboxes, Development, and Extending STx

STx comes with a number of pre-installed scripts - applications written in the STx scripting language, and loaded and run from a text file. You can write your own STx scripts, toolboxes and applications. All the functionality that you find in STx is available to you in the script language. The script controller dialog, the command line console, the integrated debugger and the Programmer Guide will help you.

The Log Window

The little window up on the left hand corner of the screen is the STx Log Window. You can start a number of applications from here, change some general STx settings, and view the log messages.