Various minor bug fixes, plus new WAV samples, and the ability to run each of the first x beats of a y-bar beat at a different tempo to the main tempo. Enjoy!
There is a problem with sourceforge at the time of writing, whereby you can't browse any files in the "latest" directory.
*All* of the latest files are available from
Fixed a bug whereby some PDAs would output an audible "skip" every 128 seconds;
Translated into Spanish;
Added hotkeys for things such as tempo up/down;
Maximum and minimum BPM are now user configurable.
Fixed one nasty but hopefully rare (WAV) timing bug; Fixed clipping issues for multi-voice (WAV) beats; Various other minor fixes.
And now: you can add a "Usr" sub-folder to the samples folder and put your own samples in it.
Hopefully your experiences with my free Open Source Metronome will be a little better now!
The project homepage http://openmetronome.sourceforge.net/ now lists a CAB file for Pocket PC 2002, rather than a ZIP as was previously the case. I can't figure out how to hide the old ZIP, unfortunately.
All of the old links are still available further down the project homepage.
Hopefully it all makes sense now!
If there is still confusion, hopefully http://codebiscuit.dontexist.com/website/metronome/metronome.html is friendlier! I did get a mail today from sourceforge saying they are going to make life easier for users looking to download apps, which would be nice!
It turns out I have handled the release of files like the noob that I am; I am just fixing that right now, normal service should resume in an hour or so
Open Metronome is alive and available from:
Although I have categorized it as "Production/Stable", it is probably more of a release candidate at the moment (it is better than a beta, however, but there is nothing between beta and stable on SourceForge:) I've been using it for ages, however, and it seems fine.
I intend to move everything to this sourceforge site if and when it all settles down, or if people start hassling me to do so:) For now however, it is going to stay sitting in my own webspace.
I hope you enjoy using it, if that is the correct sentiment:)