AUXLAB is an integrated environment for sound generation, processing, visualization and audio playback, based on a programming language AUX (AUdio syntaX). AUXLAB allows audio manipulations, plotting of audio and non-audio data, playback of audio data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces and interfacing with programs written in other programming languages such as C/C++ and MATLAB.
Although AUXLAB is primarily intended for audio processing, it offers versatile functionalities allowing the users to compute and handle non-audio data.
While the syntax of AUXLAB resembles that of MATLAB, there are many unique syntax features of AUXLAB and differences in syntax conventions.
This is a work in progress, more so for documentation. The following is the list of features of the software that are not yet included in this documentation.
Last updated 7/1/2020
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