ATSH usage

1. Open a Finder window
2. In the sidebar of the Finder window, click Applications
3. Open the Utilities folder
4. Double-click X11 to launch the X Window Manager
5. If no xterm window appears, choose Terminal from the Applications menu
(remember that the xterm window often appears in the "secondary" LCD projector display)
6. With a return after each line, type:

cd /B50\ MUSIC\ APPS/
cd ats-1.0-osx/
./atsh &

7. Choose New ATS File from the ATSH Analysis menu
8. Click the Set Input Soundfile to locate a mono soundfile for analysis
a. grab the /B50 MUSIC APPS/ats-1.0 0sx button and pull down to /
b. double-click Volumes/ in the Directories subwindow
c. double-click BIG BRUCE/ in the Directories subwindow
d. navigate from there to the soundfile of your choice
e. select the file (single-click) in the Files subwindow
f. click the OK button to choose the file and dismiss the window
9. Fill in other analysis parameters as desired
10. Click the Do Analysis button
11. Select partials and manipulate selections using the Transformation menu
12. Render your transformed sound using the Parameters option from the Synthesis menu
13. Switch to your xterm window and type return if you need a new command prompt
14. With a return at the end of the line, type:

mv /tmp/atsh_out.wav /Volumes/BIG\ BRUCE/

This copies the soundfile from a temporary directory to the root level of BIG BRUCE
You can specify a BIG BRUCE subdirectory by appending the name to the end of the path, for instance:

mv /tmp/atsh_out.wav /Volumes/BIG\ BRUCE/Burns-Music420/

To issue this command repeatedly (each time you render a new sound), enter the xterm window and type up-arrow, then return.
15. When you're finished, choose Quit from the ATSH Analysis menu, then choose Quit X11 from the X11 menu!