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A small, light weight version of the Last.fm scrobbler. Primarily, I'll focus on Winamp 5.0+, but I'll be doing some plug-ins for portable multimedia devices too.
Speaker Workshop is an application for testing speaker drivers using a Windows sound card, then designing and simulating loudspeakers and enclosures and creating and optimizing crossovers.
Training Studio helps you to capture and analyze your fitness training diary and race results for many sports, as well as monitoring your overall health and planning for future events.
ViGiL is supposed to be a platform-independent tool for singing students. In it's final version it should be able to analyze a voice recording (read from audio file or microphone) and compare it to a given score according to melody, rhythm and dynamics.
An open source project to actually create a friendly intuitve DMX light control package for dance-club type of lighting.
MarGridFlash is a Flash based program written in the open source haXe programming language that displays a grid created using Self-Organizing Maps and allows the user to click on grid squares, which plays the music file associated with that grid square.
Skydome and auch are tools for processing HAM Radio Astronomy. Captured radio signals can be analysed using *auch* and be plot on a skychart with the skydome program.
SOMba is a Qt based program that allows multiple dancers to create a collaborative sonic space, using audio clips organized by a Self-Organizing Map. It uses the Marsyas framework for audio feature extraction and playback.
Subtitle workshop. to download en re-sync subtitles with movies. support srt files en avi files. programmed in WPF so works on vista and/or XP with .net 3.5 installed