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i’ve been thumbing through this forum for a while now and have used fmod to teach me stuff on these computer things?!, but just wondering if anybody has succesfully produced a working, acurate, DECENT bmp counter. Theres been loads of discussion, some solutions, i’ve had a go myself but not come up with anything better than has been done before. So, is it out there?,has someone sorted this and being a bit smug, go on- post it…you know you want to. :),

ps. and if someone posts some ocx or dll with a flamming nag screen i’ll cry, we all know you vb’ers have not paid for the Fmod licence so be as kind as these fmod aussies have been.

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I guess you have already seen [url=http://users.esstec.be/adion/vb:13sfmrjh]my ocx[/url:13sfmrjh] then.
I am still trying to improve it, and I have ported it to a dll also, which works some better than the ocx version, because it uses its own more accurate fft function.

Altough I am not going to share the code, you can get a registration code for the ocx as long as it’s for personal use only.

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Why wont you share it?

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Because I use it in djDecks, which is a commercial product of mine.

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Well i’ve found another programmer with some BPM code in his project.
Also a full featured DJ mixer but freeware, named KraMixer.

I just asked him to send me the code, or post it here.

Maybe he soon responds and all our problems are solved 😀

[url:1j946585]http://www.kramware.com/[/url:1j946585]

(His name is Mark Tolson)

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