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Does anyone know a free, command line, open source audio manipulation software for Linux? The primary usage is to distort/scramble a recorded voice. I've tried SoX but it seems to lack features for my task.

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not sure about the features you are looking for, but did you tried those ?

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thank you, all three seems to be graphical though without any extensive support for the command line. –  Johnas Sep 17 '10 at 13:27

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