Auphonic is a service that develops algorithms for music information retrieval and audio signal processing. These algorithms are used to create automatic audio post production web services for podcasts, audio books, lecture recordings, screencasts, and more. The Auphonic API gives developers access to functionality including starting a production using presets, accessing the details for productions and presets and querying existing data. The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
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This SDK is a paper-thin Ruby wrapper around the auphonic.com API. The API allows you to write simple scripts for batch processing of multiple files, to integrate Auphonic into your programs or to build third-party applications for Auphonic. Auphonic is a Automatic Audio Post Production Web Service and Software for Podcasts, Broadcasters, Lecture Recordings and more.
The Auphonic iOS SDK by Auphonic interacts with the API to access audio features. Podcasts, movies, and screencasts are the options for developers who want to implement audible components into applications.
The Auphonic Ruby SDK by Phil Hofmann wraps the API to access audio features, that developers can implement into podcasts, radio shows, and screen casts. Usage demonstrates how to create, upload, start, and download audio files.