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Waveform analysis/Top and tail

From Rosetta Code
Waveform analysis/Top and tail is a draft programming task. It is not yet considered ready to be promoted as a complete task, for reasons that should be found in its talk page.

The task is to crop a given audio waveform file, removing any leading or trailing silence from the wave file, leaving just the audible sound.

The task should utilize a configurable audio squelch level calibration parameter that enables the user to set the silence level threshold (enabling low level background hiss or hum to be removed from the leading and trailing edges of the audio file.)

Moments of silence (below the squelch threshold), should be removed from the leading and trailing edges of the input wave file, to produce a new cleanly cropped audio file.

Note that the output file format should be the same as the initial input format. This should not be changed by the implemented procedure.