PhotoSounder can reverse the spectrogram that is host via the domain of time (audio reversal), frequency (frequency inversion) and amplitude (amplitude inversion), but one of the
very interesting things that I found it could do is rotate the spectrogram via 90 degrees via the z-axis (frequency become time and time becomes frequency).
Now, I need to know if you can rotate the spectrogram that it hosts via the y-axis (time becomes amplitude and amplitude becomes time), and the x-axis (frequency becomes amplitude and amplitude becomes frequency).
Are these operations available on PhotoSounder?
Also, please can you please tell me what programming language that PhotoSoudner was created in as I need to learn the Wolfram Mathmatica programming language.
Does anyone care to share their thoughts on this subject?
Mr. Sarn Ricard Ursell.
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