QuiFFT is a Fourier transform (FFT) library for digital audio files.
It aims to abstract away the technical details of digital audio representation and wave mathematics by providing a simple interface for computing Fourier transforms.
If this is your first time using QuiFFT, you'll want to start by looking at the
org.quifft.QuiFFT class. For more accessible documentation and code examples,
take a look at the project's README.
Outer package containing QuiFFT object, the primary usage interface of QuiFFT
Tools for reading waveform data from audio files (supports WAV, AIFF, and MP3)
FFT workhorse, algorithm implemented by Princeton University (Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne)
Output data structures of QuiFFT (classes representing FFT results)
Configurable parameters for FFT (window size, normalization, etc)
Extraction of sample windows from longer audio waveforms