A loudspeaker phase linearization, EQ and filtering tool
rePhase is a FIR generation tool for building fully linear-phase active crossovers with arbitrary slopes. It also let you manually compensate for the phase shifts of your loudspeakers and existing crossovers, be it active or passive. Once generated, the FIR can be applied using any hardware (openDRC, miniSHARC, Najda, ...) or software (foobar, convolver, JRiver, ...), stereo or multi-way convolution engine. Donate: rePhase is free software. If you like it you can support its development with a donation. - paypal: https://goo.gl/v44mmD Tutorials: - miniDSP application note: http://goo.gl/9krGT8 - Pat Brown's prosoundweb article: http://goo.gl/gJG1Of - mwillems' tutorial: http://goo.gl/oKgmhx - Jimmy Thomas' tutorial (in French): http://goo.gl/7kBt7Q Support: - diyaudio forum thread: http://goo.gl/KA5ilz - miniDSP forum section: http://goo.gl/U78IXD - direct email: http://scr.im/rePhase rePhase - Copyright © 2012-2016 Thomas Drugeon
Easy lead sheets from text input
ChordPro creates elegant, stafless lead sheets for musicians needing only chords and lyrics. It processes plain text input in ChordPro format and it is a rewrite of the old though still popular Chord/Chordii programs.
Monitor or control the progress of data through a pipe
PV ("Pipe Viewer") is a tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline. It can be inserted into any normal pipeline between two processes to give a visual indication of how quickly data is passing through, how long it has taken, how near to completion it is, and an estimate of how long it will be until completion.
Conquest is a Unix/C port of a real-time, multi-player space warfare game that was originally written in RATFOR for the VAX/VMS platform by Jef Poskanzer and Craig Leres. It supports both curses and OpenGL interfaces. Sound is supported as well.
Visualization and analysis of functional modules in biochem. networks
MonaLisa uses Petri net representation to model and analyse biochemical networks. Here, all reactions of a pathway are modeled by their metabolites and reactions. These are represetend by different kind of vertices, metabolites as circles and reactions as rectangles. The Petri net formalism offers a rich variety of mathematical anaylisis aproaches to check the model for structual faults or to identify biological modules. Furthermore, MonaLisa can visualize the computed results, so that a quick visual inspection is possible. This will help especially for handeling big models.
BCPL was designed by Martin Richards at Cambridge University (1966)
Here you will find a collection of BCPL tools I've gathered from the net, cleaned up and ported to the Atari ST. This involved fixing bugs, reducing stack usage and making the code compile in 16bit via Pure C (Turbo C for the Atari ST). Source credits include: Martin Richards - BCPL Kit http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mr10/ Robert Nordier (Translated interp to C) http://www.nordier.com/ Serge Vakulenko (Translated cg/syn/trn to C) https://github.com/sergev/b I'm sure there are other names, but those are the ones on the source files. The code now compiles clean for the Atari ST, so it should work for anything else.
Basic interpreter with primitives to play lotto games
Yalotto is yabasic interpreter with specific extensions that allow to easily write basic programs to manipulate the combinations of these games. It can help in building covering set, generating openwheel or sorting existing wheel. It support that each combination of the game have differents weights and compute the coverings according these weights. It can support up to pick 10 games with a number of balls in the game over 70 in many cases.