Capturing sonograms/spectragrams as a graphic files


    May 18 2008 | 6:08 am
    I am trying to make a sonogram of an entire piece.
    I would like to have the sonogram with the time line below it as a
    graphic file that i could then edit and use in a score (photoshop/
    illustrator/gimp/whatever) and in papers, etc. & co.
    Sonogram in Max/MSP is great. I use it a lot to look at real time
    input and sound files, but is there anyway to capture the out put of
    that with a time line below and freq along the side(for each page)? or
    alternately any other software that slurps in some audio and pumps out
    a hi res graphic? Years ago i was able to do such a thing in matlab...
    but of course i suck at matlab, and no longer have it anyway.
    cheers,
    kevin

    • May 18 2008 | 9:55 am
      jit.desktop is the only way I found within max so far. it would be nice if it could be treated like any other jit matrix. Maybe Jitter 2, cycling? :)
    • May 19 2008 | 1:00 pm