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       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.


       glame (1).

       The program is documented fully in The GLAME Manual available  via  the
       Info system.


       This manual page was written by Daniel Kobras

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