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December 1st, 1999

[8:30 AM] MusicMath Updated, French Version Introduced
by Staff

Laurent Colson has released a new version of Music Math. Music Math is a product that assists with music composition, transposition, and many other mathematical aspects of music. The new version, 2.2, adds new features and other enhancements, as well as a French version. According to Laurent Colson:

New in Music Math 2.2

  • Freq module mixed with Delay module.
  • Samples module added to convert BPM in Samples or Samples in BPM (from Kevan and Bubu suggestions).
  • French version available.
  • Bug fix on French system with real values and decimal point (error between ".' and "," interpretation).

You can find more information and download links for the product at the company's web site. MusicMath is freeware.


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