Frequency Sweep

l=500; x=500; y=200; d=-15;for i in `seq $x $d $y`; do beep -l $l -f $i;done
Generates a frequency sweep from $x to $y, with $d numbers inbetween each step, and with each tone lasting $l milliseconds.
Sample Output

2009-07-07 22:12:20

What Others Think

really cool.
linuxrawkstar · 637 weeks and 5 days ago
@linuxrawkstar Thanks!
unixmonkey4581 · 637 weeks and 5 days ago
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CynthiaSammons · 14 weeks and 4 days ago
This is great! Thanks so much! thankfulness
yeoyeo · 6 weeks and 1 day ago

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