When I was developing the ASIO Test Signal Generator, since it was such a simple program, I became obsessed with the desire to make it the most accurate tone generator ever created in software to make up for it’s complete lack of features.
Each tone produced is a perfect sine wave calculated to 80 bits of floating point accuracy. Each signal generated begins and end at a zero point � that is to say, consists of a number of whole, complete sine waves. Furthermore, these signals begin and end with a linear taper equal in duration to some multiple of the period of the signal. The signals are produced with no DC component.
You must have a sound card with an ASIO driver to run this software. Most professional sound cards such as M-Audio’s Delta have such a driver. Even the Sound Blaster Audigy comes with an ASIO driver, however, though supported by my software, the Audigy runs at 48 KHz and only has a 16 bit buffer, so you won’t get all the precision there is to be had. (The Audigy also has a 24 bit, 96 Khz mode, but my software doesn’t support 24 bits as yet.)
You can actually play these tunes on consumer grade sound cards if you download and install the ASIO4All emulator. Set it for a buffer size of 1024 or 2048 samples if a setting of 512 samples sounds crackly.
Try music on your 32 bit sound card at a sampling rate of 96 KHz for the best possible sound. Even the notes of the scales are calculated with 12 decimal places of precision, so you can use the music as a frequency standard. You can test your speakers with it. If you have very accurate speakers, the music may sound flat and boring. However, if your speakers have ‘character’ like mine, the music may sound quite pretty.
￭ Sound card with an ASIO driver
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Program Version 1.2
Program: ASIO SigGen
Compatible Sound Cards:
All ASIO drivers
Visual C++ 5.0, Microsoft Sound SDK
All current versions of Windows (98, NT, 2000, XP)
Operating System Requirements:
32 bit operating system with an ASIO driver
(TODO: All log files are placed in the same folder as my source code.)
21 Mar 2004
– Added a fixed point to the 64bit AHIOU! no kidding.
– Added a variable to the length of the ON/OFF portion of the signal. The time it takes between the start and end of the ON/OFF portion of the signal is the variable. In the demo mode, this variable is always set to 3/10ths of a second. In the testing mode, it is set to whatever the result of this:
PHASE_SPEED / 3
I’ve heard that this may need to be changed if the CPU is set to faster than it currently is.
– Added a new demo mode that doesn’t produce sound
– Added a new testing mode that plays a constant sine wave signal
– Added a new sample graph plotterEffectiveness of a behavioral intervention for preventing venous thromboembolism: a cluster randomized trial.
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The ASIOSigGen is a program that generates precisely calibrated tone signals that are perfect sine waves.
A program that produces more accurate sine waves than any software package I have seen.
I wrote this package to work with the best sound cards on the market as well as most of the sound cards of the past 40 years.
It is a complete rewrite of what was originally a simple program that I used to make program notes on the AM radio station I worked at in the middle 1980s.
Since I wrote it, other sound generation programs on the market have become much better, but, since all of these programs are written in C, they are very old fashioned.
The newest version of this program was designed to be simple enough to make it the first choice for anyone who wants to make custom synthesizer sounds in software, without having to learn a lot of new programming tricks. It does however require a sound card that has an ASIO driver.
There is some tolerance involved in the calibration of each signal which are defined in the documentation, but, for the most part, the’sinewaves’ I generate are not easy to tell from perfect sine waves.
See Readme.txt for details.
The major use of this program is to test sound cards and their drivers. The program runs in two modes:
1) A mode for generating more than one signal at a time on a sound card
2) A mode for generating a single tone that may be used for direct playback on a sound card
You don’t have to play tones back on your sound card and this saves you the trouble of recording the signal. You can simply play a tone produced by this software for a signal into a sound card and your program will hear the signal in your program.
I have tested the signal generator on a large number of audio cards and have found that the program worked very well with the following cards:
M-Audio Delta AD/DA
Sound Blaster 48
Audigy Sound Riser
The signal generator has an auto-align feature that can make up for a slight mistake in the duration or frequency of a tone.
All frequencies are calculated with 12 decimal places of precision.
You can calibrate this program to any frequency and/or amplitude you desire.
In addition, I have written the current version of the software in such a way that it is
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ASIOSigGen is a program for generating long sequences of pure tone signals, completely devoid of any tone, or music, whatsoever. It also has no bias-like characteristic or memory of any kind.
Since the program doesn’t have any kind of internal’memory’, at the time it is run, the output sequence will begin at the beginning, or anywhere from the 4th, to the 3,999th, to the 2,999th, to the 999th, to the 499th, to the 199th, to the 99th, to the 49th, etc.
If you have a sound card which only supports an internal 16 bit or 24 bit buffer, it will run on a 32 bit sound card only if you can specify that the output only be in 16 bit mode. You can do that by hitting the menu key and changing the settings manually.
The output of each signal has a constant duration and linear rise and fall, so you can easily create complete octaves.
If you prefer to use the software for DSP to create a series of music, you can use the samples directory to find a song. Though it’s not very efficient, you could use the Sampler software as a host for it. Just follow the instructions from the Sampler Software for information on how to convert the sound files to be compatible with ASIO4All.
The output is 80 bits of precision. The output does not contain any DC component. In other words, each signal has a pure, undistorted sine wave of any specified frequency. This is because the period of each signal is calculated with an 80 bit value.
To make a sound, first select one of the menu items to begin the sequence. Then, to end the sequence, press the menu key again, and select one of the ‘End’ menu items to end the sequence. To start a new sequence, hit the menu key again.
If you don’t have a sound card which supports ASIO, the program defaults to using that of the host computer, and you cannot use it on a 32 bit sound card, unless you have an ASIO driver for your sound card.
If you can control the volume of your output, you can easily test it.
You can save your sequences anywhere you like. Your file might grow to be very large, but it’s completely free! You should practice saving smaller files before you grow too big.
ASIOSigGen did not create a copyright. Copyright has been assigned to
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The ASIOSigGen (ASIO Subtractor Generator) is a software program for generating sine waves under Windows 95/98/NT/2K/XP. The program can be downloaded from the WWW and is also freely available on my web site at www.practicalaudio.co.uk
You can play sine waves created with ASIOSigGen on your computer using any sound card that is supported by the ASIO driver.
Below are the notes for making a product, for making the sine waves:
1. Use a software like AIDE to record your signal, record it from your MIDI keyboard, or whatever source of sound you can find. On Windows, sound from your MIDI keyboard can be routed to your ASIO driver using a sound card like my Delta. Record from your signal or input. I have used this program to record complete arrangements of ‘Choral Synthesizer’ by Jim Harrison that I worked out with a MIDI keyboard, and used the sound to create the sine waves in ASIOSigGen.
2. Convert the recorded sound into a monophonic wave that you can use with ASIOSigGen.
3. Remove the harmonics of the recorded sound using an audio editor such as Sound Forge by Sound Forge.
4. Trace the sine wave from the cleaner recorded sound. Make a copy of the trace in case you make a mistake.
5. Figure out what your exact sine wave frequency is. You should be able to do this with the freqmax feature in Sound Forge. This is the easiest way.
6. Make your waveform using the ASIOSigGen. When you press the Make button, it will generate a sine wave with the exact frequency you found out in the previous step. The previous step allowed you to find the best wave with as little distortion as possible. You can make these waves yourself, if the ones that come with ASIOSigGen do not satisfy you.
7. You can set the exact time length, number of seconds, and frequency for each generated wave in ASIOSigGen.
8. Select how close to the end of each wave you would like to see an octave or more of taper (if your sounds are long enough to have such a taper).
9. You can even insert effects into the program to create new sounds, if you are so inclined.
Testing a set of speakers…
System Requirements For ASIOSigGen:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K @ 3.30 GHz, 3.30 GHz FSB
Windows 7 or later (64-bit)
2 GB of RAM
OpenGL 4.2 capable graphics card
DirectX 11 capable sound card
Windows 10 will be coming soon.
OTHER THAN THAT:
We are in the early access stage of development, so expect this to be a work in progress.