glame — A versatile audio editor
cglame [ [-c] swapfile ]
This manual page documents briefly the cglame command that comes as
part of the glame package. Only a short summary of options is provided
here. More complete documentation to cglame comes in the GNU Info
format; see below.
cglame is a program that provides you with a flexible command line
interface to edit and manipulate audio streams. It uses a scripting
language built on top of Scheme that is described in glame’s Info
swapfile File (directory actually) that acts as cglame’s backing
store. If you do not specify a swapfile, editing
capabilities are limited by available memory.
-c If the given swapfile does not exist yet, this option will
tell cglame to create it.
The program is documented fully in The GLAME Manual available via the
This manual page was written by Daniel Kobras email@example.com.
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