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Full Specifications

What's new in version 4.03

  • New general purpose Euclid Recognition Algorithm.
  • New Drum Recognition Algorithm devoted to recognition of drum tracks.
  • Analyse Tonality and tuning of a musical piece.
  • Equalizer feature was greatly enhanced.
  • New Score Viewer allows easy visualization of recognition result.
  • General

    Publisher Widisoft
    Publisher web site http://www.widisoft.com
    Release Date May 16, 2009
    Date Added May 16, 2009
    Version 4.03

    Category

    Category MP3 & Audio Software
    Subcategory Rippers & Converting Software

    Operating Systems

    Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista
    Additional Requirements Pentium III, 128Mb RAM, 10Mb HDD

    Download Information

    File Size 4.25MB
    File Name widipin.exe

    Popularity

    Total Downloads 7,530
    Downloads Last Week 3

    Pricing

    License Model Free to try
    Limitations Nag screen, saves only 10 seconds of MIDI.
    Price $229
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