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Prodigy Processor Piano

Processor Piano Is A Useful And Fun Utility For Producing Sounds Using Your PC's Internal Sound Chip Without Speakers


Muhammad Ahmad Tirmazi
(burningprodigy)
~Processor Piano Is Created By Muhammad Ahmad Tirmazi~ NOTE: This Is A Python Remake Of The Processor Piano I Previously Made In C++, The C++ Version Of The Processor Piano Can Be Found At My HomePage: http://code.google.com/p/burningprodigytech/ And At Planet Source Code. Processor Piano Is A Useful And Fun Utility For Producing Sounds Using Your PC's Internal Sound Chip Without Speakers. There Are Eight "Beep" Buttons Which Are Programmed To Make Mono Sounds With Increasing Pitch. Somewhat Like The Eight Basic Notes Of A Mini-Piano Or A Harmonica. You Can Set The Initial Pitch And Delay From The "Options" Menu. Feel Free To Distribute This Program But Please Include This Readme And The License That Came With This Program And / Or Inform THe End-User In Some Way That I Created The Program.

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Prodigy Processor Piano 1.0 — 11 Mar, 2011

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