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Morse Code Audio Generator

The Morse Code Audio Generator is temporarily offline due to a complete site rebuild.

It will be back very soon. It will be better than before and I'll actually aim to complete it properly this time!

Everything you generated previously will still be available for download if you still have the links you were given.

I have only recently discovered how popular this Morse code tool was, and I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused as a result of the site rebuild. I will be doing my best to get it up and running again as soon as possible.

Users made an average number of 80 generations a day, with a total of 28,874 audio files made within year 2014. Very impressive. I certainly hope to maintain those figures after I rebuild the tool again.


To keep you all up to date, here's a list of upcoming features:

  • Make metatags follow the RIFF file specification instead of just appending it to the end of the file.
  • Allow option for downloading the audio as *.wav, *.mp3, *.aac... anything else?
  • Allow option for downloading the contents as *.zip, *.rar, *.7zip, *.bzip2, *.gzip... anything else?
  • Allow option for verbosity; whether or not to include a text file with the compressed file.
  • Change tone frequency, amplitude, and unit timing data (for the people who know what they're doing).
  • Change the waveform between sine, sawtooth, square, and triangle. Advance can include noise, static displacement, etc.
  • A comprehensive list of supported alphabets and a chart to show supported inputs, including prosigns.
  • An optimized algorithm for producing the audio data; perhaps optional audio quality options.
  • Allow user to play instantly by use of Web Audio API (some features not available, too much client-side processing).
  • Statistics! People love seeing statistics.
  • Maaaybe a selection of background themes/filters to make the audio more fun. For example, grainy filters as if you were watching a super old video or listening to tapes of it... or maybe how it really sounds to receive Morse code over a radio from a distance. The trouble with this is that this will greatly reduce the compression ratio during download. Ah well. If it makes it better then I guess I can live with that.

If you have any suggestions of what to feature for this tool, please contact me and I'll see what I can do!

Disclaimer: I'm not a radio enthusiast or Morse code enthusiast of any kind by any means, I will rely on the feedback of others to perfect what I've made if possible. I just love making web tools for people to use.


Reconstruction progres...

Update 22/01/2015: Made all 52,895 audio zip files produced after 01/01/2012 available for download again.
Update 22/01/2015: Started working on the back-bones for this tool. Unfortunately this won't be very quick due to personal life.
Update 27/01/2015: Working on the function generator for the waveforms (6 created so far).
Update 28/01/2015: Spend most of the day making sure the amplitude of the waveforms were 1 regardless of function.
Update 28/01/2015: Since the site has been rebuilt, people tried to download 1,111 zip files, these resulted in a 404... sorry, guys!
Update 30/01/2015: Worked a bit on user interface; dabbled with editable content, buttons, inserting text at cursor, etc..
Update 05/02/2015: Still working on the wave generator, trying to get everything as precise as possible and a couple more functions.

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