vox [inputfile ...] [ > outputfile.vox]
**vox#) where successive integers indicate the total number of concurrently sounding pitches for each data record. Multiple-stops are properly supported.
The vox command accepts as input any pitch-encoded Humdrum representations listed below. For descriptions of the various input representations refer to Section 2 (Representation Reference) of this reference manual.
It is recommended that output files produced using the vox command should be given names with the distinguishing `.vox' extension.
critical band rate (in equivalent rectangular bandwidths)
hundredths of a semitone with respect to middle C=0 (e.g. 1200 equals C5)
cochlear coordinates (in millimeters)
key-related relative scale degree
key-related absolute scale degree
fundamental frequency (in hertz)
core pitch/duration representation
pitch class representation
American National Standards Institute pitch notation (e.g. "A#4")
equal-tempered semitones with respect to middle C=0
tonic solfa syllables
French solfège system (fixed `doh')
spectral centroid (in hertz)
German pitch system
Options are specified in the command line.
-h displays a help screen summarizing the command syntax