Freequency 2.01
by Bassline Productions
(Bassline Productions Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 3.0 MB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
License Conditions:

This program is completely free!

System Requirements:

486 and up. Windows 95 and up.

Last Updated: 1998-12-06
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Software Description

Freequency is a multi-purpose electronic musician's calculator. It is divided in four sections:

  • Delay values
    24 delay
    values to use with multi-fx processors and programs (i.e. Multi-tap delays,
    Phasers, Flangers.
  • Tap tempo
    Tap to the beat for a quick BPM
    count.
  • Loop calculator
    calculates the right number of samples
    a loop should have to be perfect, according to a BPM. Can also give a
    sample's BPM.
  • Tuning fork
    2-octave tuning fork (from C4 to B5).

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can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

hi
pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
thank you
yash

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: hi
: pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
: thank you
: roop

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: hi
: pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
: thank you
: yash

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html

this site should answer your questions

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

Can you please tell me the musical note for a wavelength of 0.038 meters? Thank you for your help.

I'm glad to have found this interesting and good page.
: http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html

: this site should answer your questions

Musical notes

hey there, I was just looking myself and I found this place. Found the answer too.

http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/Physicsofmusic.html

http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html

: : hi
: : pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
: : thank you
: : yash

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

what? oh your gayshis

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: what? oh your gayshis

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: hi
: pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
: thank you
: yash

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: hi
www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html

Re: can any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes

: hi
: pleasecan any one tell me audio frequency of musical notes
: thank you
: yash

shi-shwing!!! Score!!!!!!

dude exactly what ive been thinking of.
took me hours figureing stuff like that out-- feeling a bit silly sometimes when i made somthing simple become complex like pithch shifting a drumm loop from xbpm to Y

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