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Convert audio to OGG format via Terminal

Is there an app or a method that I can use from Terminal to convert audio files to the OGG format? I know about afconvert but that doesn't provide the ogg format that I want.
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How to monitor output sound from terminal

Is it possible to read current volume or frequency of outgoing sound from terminal? I am using OS X Mavericks
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Sound effects for commands completing in inactive tabs/windows

I think my life would be that much better if a subtle sound effect was played when a task completed in a terminal window/tab that's not the current one. It'd be even better if an exit code 0 sounded ...
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Starting airplay from command line, to send output of 'Say' Mac OS X command to airplay

Ok, Sunday question :) Trying to make a little joke... 1) if you open a terminal, and type "say -a ?", Mac OS X will give you the list of devices it can send spoken words to. On mine, it says: 39 ...
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557 views

Playing alert sounds from terminal

Is there a way to play OSX alert sounds from terminal? The alert sounds that are listed in System Preferences > Sound > Sound Effect Tab
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How can I play a sound from the command line running as sudo?

While typing afplay danger.mp3 in the Terminal will play the .mp3, doing sudo afplay danger.mp3 or sudo su and then afplay danger.mp3 does not. Any idea why is this? How can I use the afplay command ...
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copy song info from mp3 file to aac file from terminal

I am trying to create a script that performs various conversions between formats of audio files. In one particular step, I use afconvert in Terminal to convert an mp3 to aac(mpeg4/m4a), but in this ...
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Why does running afconvert result in error -43

I am trying to use afconvert to convert a .mp3 to .m4r. I am entering the following: afconvert -f m4af -d aac -o input.mp3 tone.m4r However, this gives me an error: Error: Couldn't open input file ...
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Adding movie-style sound effects to the Terminal

I want to have movie style sound effects in the terminal. You know, when every keystroke and line emits a cool little beep. (Something like this.) I've used KeyClick, but that's only for keyboard ...