MusicMath 2.21 now OSX compatible
Laurent Colson releases MusicMath 2.21, now OSX compatible. Music Math is a freeware which converts music values (BPM, semi-tones, samples, ms, Hz, Timestretch %). You can calculate the time stretching to use on a sample if you change the tempo, 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 synchronise with BPM. It also include a tap delay function and a BPM/sample converter.
This new version adds OSX compatibility, and includes both english and french versions.
Music-Math features 5 conversion functions:
- Tempo : computes the equivalent TimeStrecthing from the original and new tempos.
- Transpose: converts semi-tones to TimeStrecthing values
- Delay : convert tempo to musical duration (ms) or equivalent frequencies (Hz), ie for LFOs rates.
- Samples : convert samples duration (in samples) to tempo or tempo to sample duration.
- Tap : Tap the tempo
MusicMath can be downloaded for free at:
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