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Is there any application that can generate waveform and sine waves of audio files?

I am an engineering student my self and I use Audacity to generate Sine, Sawtooth, Square waves. It's easy as pie. Download Audacity from here. Open Audacity and click on Generate from the Toolbar on ...
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Is there any application that can generate waveform and sine waves of audio files?

You may want to check out SPEAR. From the website: SPEAR is an application for audio analysis, editing and synthesis. The analysis procedure (which is based on the traditional McAulay-Quatieri ...
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Is there any application that can generate waveform and sine waves of audio files?

Any DAW (digital audio workstation) or even most video editing software will display a waveform for the audio in a particular file. You can not, however, make a "sine wave of whatever audio file" ...
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What can I research to back up my sound design?

Instead of simply listing practical details about how you're making your sounds (eg. types of mics, foley techniques and so forth), you might consider making more theory-based speculations about why ...
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What can I research to back up my sound design?

Although the focus is on sound design for theatre, Ross Brown's Sound: A Reader in Theatre Practice is a brilliant resource with a wide-ranging bibliography. 'Reader'-type books are great for initial ...
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What can I research to back up my sound design?

From the top of my head, the book "Sound Design" by David Sonnenschein is a very good start! I'm on my second read-through on it myself right now :-)
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Is there any application that can generate waveform and sine waves of audio files?

You can use Sony Sound Forge, there's a waveform generator inside of it. Best for you could be Audacity which is free see the doc. You could also use a synth in a DAW to generate sines even squares ...
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Find audio sections in MP4s higher than a specified level?

If my memory is good, Sony - Sound Forge have an Auto Region tool. This could do the trick.
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Please recommend movie titles

Since this is in soundDesign I will assume you are doing research on sound design in films. One of my favorite films for sound design in general (and fits in a bit before your civil war era) is Master ...
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Please recommend movie titles

Going for the obvious... Raging Bull - one of the greatest movies of all time, which happens to be about a boxer. Fantastic use of sound throughout the film. no recommendations but Glory looks ...
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