wav2vec - Python package to convert wave files (WAV or AIFF) to vector graphics (SVG, PostScript, CVS)

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wav2vec is a Python script and package for converting waveform files (WAV or AIFF) to vector graphics (SVG or PostScript). Use cases include using an audio waveform as an element in a graphic design or including a waveform in a document. Portable: runs on Python 2.7+ and Python 3 and does not depend on any third-party packages.

https://github.com/cristoper/wav2vec

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