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- Simple enough for computing and music lessons.
- Powerful enough for professional musicians.
- Free to download with a friendly tutorial.
- Diverse community of over one million live coders.
- Learn to code creatively by composing or performing music in an incredible range of styles from Classical & Jazz to Grime & EDM.
IDFree is a simple MP3 ID3 tag editor for Windows. It uses the excellent Open Source id3lib library to read and write these ID3 tags.
FixTag is a Java/Swing application that lets you edit the fields within MP3 ID3 tags.
Soundboard makes building/executing sound cues for theatrical performance a snap. With a mix of sound, fade, stop, pause, and resume cues, you can create elegant designs, and execute them with the simple push of a button.
- Create elegant designs using a combination of simple cue types.
- Supports popular audio formats, such as wav, mp3, and Ogg
- Written in Java for true cross-platform compatibility
- Simple to use, so you’ll have a novice operator running the show perfectly in no time.
A stealthy, simple, unobtrusive open source multi-platform music player that stays out of your way in your Menubar/Taskbar.
The Zinf audio player is a simple, but powerful audio player for Linux and Win32. It supports MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, WAV and Audio CD playback, SHOUTcast/Icecast HTTP streaming, RTP streaming, a powerful music browser, theme support and a download manager.
Zinf is based on the FreeAmp source code. However, AMP® is a trademark of PlayMedia Systems, Inc., and therefore the original name of the project cannot be used any longer. On this website the old project will be referred to as FreeA*p.
Why Zinf? Zinf Is Not FreeA*p!
Extracts bass from the source signal using a linear phase low-pass filter and sends it to the LFE channel.
- fast fir processing
- adjustable filter shapes
- delay control
- mono, stereo, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 input support
Linear phase is a property of a filter, where the phase response of the filter is a linear function of frequency. The result is that all frequency components of the input signal are shifted in time (usually delayed) by the same constant amount (the slope of the linear function), which is referred to as the group delay. And consequently, there is no phase distortion due to the time delay of frequencies relative to one another.