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    Default I have a question about Spectrogram 16

    It is some awesome software and I had a question I'd like to ask the author of the software (Richard Horne). Unfortunately his site is down, and I don't know his email address so I can't contact him. Does anyone on these forums know either his email address, or an alternate website he might have moved to?

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    I don't believe he moved the site, from what this says he shut it down completely. http://blog.g4ilo.com/2009/05/spectr...e-you-can.html

    Been almost a year now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kd0bik View Post
    I don't believe he moved the site, from what this says he shut it down completely. http://blog.g4ilo.com/2009/05/spectr...e-you-can.html

    Been almost a year now.
    I know. Does anybody know his email address though? I had one suggestion on how he could improve the program.

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    Usually, if a program stops getting developed, it means the writer is deceased or has lost the source code, one fairly recent example is DIGTRX, the development laptop got stolen and that meant no more updates

    Have you tried Speclab?
    http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/spectra1.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demetrius View Post
    Usually, if a program stops getting developed, it means the writer is deceased or has lost the source code, one fairly recent example is DIGTRX, the development laptop got stolen and that meant no more updates

    Have you tried Speclab?
    http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/spectra1.html

    Speclab is only good for super technical projects. Argo (which I have) is good for viewing LIVE sound data, but not recorded sound. The only thing I can think of is Spectrogram 16. It's around no more, but maybe if the author is, you can give me his email address. If not, then I'd like what amounts to a Spectrogram 16 "clone".

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    There is an option in Speclab to open a .wav
    File, Audio File, Anaylse Audio File

    Couldn't get it working myself, personally, I use Cool Edit Pro for editing sounds.

    What exactly was your question? maybe one of us can help?

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    Lightbulb Download Spectrogram 16 (freeware)

    It was hard for me to find a copy of v16. I made a permanent spot for the download to increase the odds of others finding it easier:

    http://eagleeyecomputer.com/ham/Spec...m_16_setup.exe


    frank, k2ncc

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2ncc View Post
    It was hard for me to find a copy of v16. I made a permanent spot for the download to increase the odds of others finding it easier:

    http://eagleeyecomputer.com/ham/Spec...m_16_setup.exe


    frank, k2ncc
    WOW! Cool! Thanks!

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    Dear Frank,
    Thank you for providing a place for Spectrogram 16. I downloaded from there and got a file, but it reported Error reading setup initialisation file. I tried downloading it with two separate computers and running it on both Windows 7 and XP. Do you have any ideas?
    I'd be grateful for you help.
    Mark (ex G8FJI and G4GCF, so you can tell that it's an awful long time since I did active operating!)

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