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November 4th, 1999

[8:00 AM] Add Up The Notes In MusicMath Update

MacMusic has updated the music measurement and manipulation utility, MusicMath, to version 2.1. MusicMath simplifies the process of converting and measuring tempo changes and other modifications. According to MacMusic:

Written by Laurent Colson, MusicMath converts values for musical use. You can calculate the time stretching to use on a sample if you change the tempo for another, or the number of semi-tone to transpose, the time stretching to apply if you transpose a sample and you don't want to change the duration, the delay in ms to synchronize with BPM, and a tap delay function. Tap the beat on you keyboard, and the software tells you what is your tempo.

New in version 2.1:

  • Freq module added to convert BPM to hertz.
  • Tempo value is the same for all tempo parameters.
  • Tap Tempo calculate the tempo after the first tap, but estimate real value after 8 taps.
  • Windows positions are keeping between opening/closing application.
  • PPC code added with 68 k (FAT).

MusicMath is available as freeware. You can find more information at the MacMusic web site.


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