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How nice, thanx.

Still working wabbitsign. When thats done I will release for ticalc.org.
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Alright another beta version, I just want to make sure that wabbitsign will work. So if it passes this time I will release on Ticalc later this week.

w00t!!

http://www.txjim.com/WaveConv.zip

Any beta testers left???
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(now if I can find some free time to test again)

*hopes it works with black link cable now*
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Try to make sure that you are using the most up to date version of ticonnect. 3fg had alot of trouble with the beta version that had the program editor with it.
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Well when I get home I will update and give this another go.
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Hey, seems like ur program has garnered a lot more attention than you think... :)

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=1351

http://www.engadget.com/2006/03/21/real ... ing-calcs/

hehe, i see elfprince has posted a comment on the engadget site as well
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the comments on the dailytech one seem to be bashing (or belittling, pick your word) him a little.
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They don't seem to understand how good the quality is, and the other programs that can emulate sounds are mostly Midi sounds..
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whoah....deja vu
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Not everyone goes to Revsoft, so I was just making my statement. I don't feel like messing with omnicalc, but isn't your sound files just midi sounds? Or does it also have Voices?
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its just beeps :D...nice sounding beeps....but beeps nonetheless
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The video I put up had 9000 hits in just a day, and it consumed 20gb of bandwidth. If I was on a lesser host(one that I was intending to switch to) we would be dead now. Most of the people there aren't familiar with calculators stuff so I don't doubt some wtfs!?! But hehe pretty I got on 2 sites. :cowboy:
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kalan_vod wrote:They don't seem to understand how good the quality is, and the other programs that can emulate sounds are mostly Midi sounds..
MIDI is a specific communications protocol for controlling musical instruments. (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). As far as I know, there is no calculator that supports emulating a MIDI device.
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Good stuff for getting onto some techy sites Jim e.

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benryves wrote:
kalan_vod wrote:They don't seem to understand how good the quality is, and the other programs that can emulate sounds are mostly Midi sounds..
MIDI is a specific communications protocol for controlling musical instruments. (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). As far as I know, there is no calculator that supports emulating a MIDI device.

I'm sorry I just thought that if it had sound, but no singing it was considered MIDI. What would you call it then? Polytomic sound or Monotomic? (spelling)
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