Mammut will FFT your sound in ONE single gigantic analysis (no windows).
An interesting aspect of Mammut is its completely non-intuitive sound
transformation approach. You must have a certain attitude when using this
program. Use it experimentally, by ear. Do not try to understand what
happens - even the programmer can't explain it in many cases.
New in V0.12 -> 0.13
-Updated the version number in the about dialog from 0.10 to 0.12
-Neither the Cancel nor OK button in the "Split real/imag" transform
dialog did work. Fixed.
-Unneded references to libaudiofile headers removed. libaudiofile is not
used in mammut.
-libsnd linking was screwed up in previous makefiles. Fixed.
-Playing without having a file caused a segfault. (not fixed)
-Added sndlib.a and sndlib.h to the distribution. Static oss/linux
compiled. (sndlib.a seems to be a bit troublesome to compile up
sometimes.) (same as in ceres)
-Added note about a common problem regarding pygtk in the INSTALL file
that usually makes ceres crash. (same as in ceres)
-Most of the transforms didnt support more than two channels (ie.
stereo, not fft-channels :). Now most of the transforms do, but still not