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Helio v3.11
Helio v3.11 Libre music composition software for Windows, macOS, Linux and Android. Helio is a free lightweight music sequencer that runs on all major desktop and mobile operating systems. A little backstory and a couple of silly excuses by: Peter Rudenko This project arose from the need for an advanced MIDI editor, something like Sublime Text for music. I was also sick and tired of visual overstimulation, which most music tools tend to have more and more (just google some pictures for “digital audio workstation”). One of my main goals was to create a tool that feels right: one with an uncluttered and non-distractive user interface. So, in general, I try to avoid adding UI controls if there is a way to do without them. As it turned out, though, there are a couple of challenges with that approach (for which I don’t see simple solutions, UX design is hard): • one challenge is to keep the UI simple, even minimalistic, while also not being disorienting, • another challenge is to keep the UI look and behave consistently across all platforms, both desktop and mobile. Distraction-free Helio is an attempt to rethink a music sequencer to create a tool that feels right. It provides a lightweight UI to help you get into the zone and focus on your ideas. Clear over clever Visualize music in a way that doesn't seem so smoke and mirrors. The app may serve as a learning tool you need to grow as a composer. Cross-platform tech Available for all major platforms, desktop and mobile. Hosts VST and AudioUnit, runs on CoreAudio, ASIO, DirectSound, ALSA, JACK and OpenSLES. Exports to MIDI, WAV and FLAC. Follow the documentation to get started; learn about hotkeys, refactoring options, microtonal temperaments, and more. This download is for the Windows installer version. All other download assets ...
5/5 834 Jun 27, 2023
Peter Rudenko
OpenCloseDriveEject v3.11
OpenCloseDriveEject v3.11 64bit A small, free program to open and close DVD, CD, Blue-Ray drives or eject USB and other external drives Everything under one roof for removing drives safely and opening DVD, Blue-Ray drives. Features: • DVD, CD, Blue-Ray open and close • Safely remove USB, SD, ... drives • Can be used as a passive program • Explore Volume, based on Drive • Optional hot keys for the To-Tray menu and program • Direct opening of the drives (Explorer) • Open Close Drive and Eject via Notification Area • Quick access to essential drive and system functions • Notification Menu Customization • Zoom: Visually impaired and eye-friendly • Very small program • Freeware • Low CPU usage • Optional translation function • Portable • Multilingual A simple example of using the "Open Close Eject the Drive Tool" Start the program. The first time you will be offered the default setting for the safe removal of USB, SD, ... drives. For example, directly opening the drives (Explorer) for opening, closing, and ejecting drives through the Info area of ​​the taskbar. But you can quickly customize everything! "Open, Close and Eject Drive" story With this "open, close and drive ejecting problem" deal many users, forums and blogs and there are always some scripts presented, or cmd.exe and power shell commands, but it is an impertinence, something to remember and self As a user you are stressed, if you have to deal with this opening, closing and ejecting drive scripta for a long time. These solutions are costly and time consuming not only for standard users but also for power users. Need to know, of course, how to do it theoretically, but then not cover everything in terms of "opening, closing and ejecting drive" This OpenCloseDriveEject tool was created based on user request, here I have put my stuff into it and equipped it with a few extras. According to personal needs ...
5/5 4,006 Jun 02, 2023
Nenad Hrg
System Spec v3.11
System Spec v3.11 A Portable Freeware System Information Utility. System Spec gives you a complete specification and system information of your PC. This includes hardware, software and settings. What is System Spec ? System Spec is a freeware system information utility that produces a specification of your system's hardware and software. With System Spec you can see, save and print a complete spec of your PC. This standalone, system information utility can also perform various windows functions. Additional advanced info includes CPU, drives, applications, display, memory, networking, internet, CD / DVD drives and more. Running System Spec Make sure you have Administrator access when running System Spec because many items of system information require local administrator access rights for them to be retrieved. If you are not logged onto to Windows as Administrator or an account with administrator access, you can run as administrator by right clicking on of the SysSpec.exe and selecting the option. CPU Information CPU Features 3D Now! extensions Enhanced 3D Now! extensions Enhanced MMX extensions SIMD instructions FXSAVE/FXRSTOR instruction MMX extensions Serial number 36bit Page Size extension Page Attribute Table CMOVcc(+FCMOVcc/F(U)COMI(P) opcodes Machine Check Architecture Page Global Extension Memory Type Range Registers SYSENTER/SYSEXIT extension Processor contains an enable APIC CMPXCHG8B instruction Machine Check Exception Physical Address Extension Model Specific Registers Time Stamp Counter Page Size Extension Debugging Extension Virtual Mode Extension Built-In FPU FDIV Bug The following are given ...
5/5 4,957 Oct 03, 2019
Alex Nolan
   
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