Sound axis scaling.
The SOUND function ordinarily scales its input vector Y so that the
maximum and minimum values in Y correspond to the maximum and
minimum input ranges allowed by the sound hardware.
SAXIS(V), where V is the two element vector V = [SMIN SMAX], disables
SOUND 's automatic scaling and sets the scaling so that SMIN and SMAX
correspond to the minimum and input maximum ranges allowed by the
sound hardware. Values outside this range are clipped.
SAXIS('auto') sets sound axis scaling back to automatic.
SAXIS, by itself, returns the two element row vector containing the
[SMIN SMAX] currently in effect.
SAXIS is entirely analogous to CAXIS and AXIS , only its scaling applies
to sounds rather than graphical limits.
See also SOUND3ROIYQ8, CAXIS , AXIS .