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From: Nils Wallgren <>
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Subject: Questions on some basics of how to use SoX on windows 10
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 10:26:09 +0000
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Hi, I am new to SoX and can’t really figure out how to understand where things save. I ran this in my command prompt in windows sox -t waveaudio -d new-file.wav. But where does it save. I didn’t know how to stop it so I closed the command prompt.

Most intructions seems to be on Os  and it is quite hard to find instructions of the basics for windows.

Do I have to type sox before anything I want to do with sox in the command prompt? How do I start a recording and stop it?

Save it – default and choosen location?

Is there any good tutorial that covers the basics?

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