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The WHISTLE application was designed to be a small tool that plays a tune through your PC speaker directly; no drivers are used. Even in these days of ubiquitous SoundBlaster cards, there are still occasional requests on the newsgroups for something like this.
WHISTLE Full Crack plays a short melody without stopping, continuously until you stop it. You can specify the pitch, the length in frames (the output duration), and the length of the silence between the melody and the title screen. There is no ability to turn off or off-screen play.
When you launch the WHISTLE application, a 3D design window will appear. You can either enter the contents of a WAV file directly, or use the slider to select the note number you want to hear. The tune length is taken from the WAV file header. Once you enter the desired note and the title screen (optional) is returned, the music continues to play until it ends, then goes back to the title screen. If you have a discrete sound card, you can leave the machine running and play WHISTLE while doing other things.
cT — Quiet the sound immediately — play a note, return the title screen, then stop playing (default)
fT — Continue playing the note even if the previous menu selection is done
kT — Kill the current note
i — Start playing a new note; if the previous note has a duration of less than 2 seconds, then end the current note immediately and start playing the new note
o — Change the duration of the current note
p — Change the pitch
q — Quit the application
s — Stop the music
t — Stop the application
u — Change the note number
v — Start a new note
b — Set the note to begin on the next frame
a — Set the note to begin on the previous frame
r — Reset the note number to 0
+ — Increase the title screen volume
— — Decrease the title screen volume
T — Change the title screen volume
(Control key): Play, stop, play through on-screen and off-screen play, set volume
— Toggle through notes (0-99, default is 0-12)
A — Set the note to begin on the current frame
/ — Stop notes that are currently playing
1 — Start the current note
2 — Start a new note
3 — Quit the application
? — Display this help page
INFO 1 — The current note number is given in the title screen.
INFO 2 — The name of the current song is given in the title screen.
VISUAL THEME CONFIGURATION:
Choose an image for the theme, and
Cracked WHISTLE With Keygen is a simple program that plays tunes. It is a C/C++ application with a simple graphical user interface. It uses only standard Win32 dialogs, no embedded objects or graphics. The source code is simple and straight-forward. It supports single-line and multi-line notes.
WHISTLE was designed to be small and fast, taking up less than 50K of memory. The program takes very little time to load or to play. However, it makes heavy use of the hardware’s PC speaker and, unlike most other sound programs, it does not use a sound card.
WHISTLE was developed to support audio playback only. There is no MIDI support. No support for external synthesizers or sampling is included in WHISTLE.
WHISTLE’s graphical user interface is quite simple. Each sound file is placed in a folder and the user selects the folder from the File menu. From there, a list of the files in that folder is displayed. The user then selects a file to play, or moves to the next directory. The user can edit the note duration and volume by selecting the NOTE menu item. If a file with an associated tune (supplied with WHISTLE) is selected, the program will display the tune and play it. Finally, there is an OPTIONS menu item that allows you to change the interval between notes, start/stop times and volume. Note files must have.WAVE,.AIFF or.WAV extension.
Included with WHISTLE is two free samples in.WAVE format: Hang 10 (measures 1-12) and Downtown (measures 1-10). You can also download a free sample in.AIFF format that I made that is a version of a simple tune that I played to introduce WHISTLE to a group of friends and family.
The source code is in C, C++ and C#. The C program is the main code base and is capable of playing most music files. The source code is included with WHISTLE and you can play with it. However, you probably do not want to program any sound files by hand.
If you want to start from the source code, the last stable version of the code can be found at:
You can download the WHISTLE C source code from within the zip.
This release does not include a GUI version of WHISTLE.
This is a small XML document with one Song element.
To run, just double-click the whistle.exe file.
Then after a brief pause, your PC speaker should begin to play Antilopes tune. (Be
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starts to make a weird whining noise instead of playing music. It’s best to use
something other than the Master volume control for the PC speaker.) If you make a
mistake and hit the Pause key instead of the Play key, you may want to try again.
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WHISTLE is a very small program that plays a very simple tune.
WHISTLE was written with a specific aim in mind: to teach the programmer the joy of controlling the soundcard directly through IDI, thereby avoiding drivers, hardware crashes, etc.
WHISTLE is not very sophisticated. It works quite well but I don’t have the time to expand it beyond a simple tune. I suspect this is the reason why it is attracting more moderate than extreme enthusiasm.
Play a tune on the PC speaker
Play a tune using any soundcard (although I suspect that most users would have a SoundBlaster card for that reason)
Play a tune using one or more MIDI devices
Play a tune using a timing track that can be set by the user
Play a beep when the STOP key is pressed
The Program is split into two parts, one being the interactive part, the other being the print routine. The interactive part consists of four main sections: TASK COMPLETION: which basically handles the details of pressing keys and setting the timing track, SEQUENCE: which actually plays the tune and also responds to various other messages, MIDI: which responds to MIDI messages and also performs some simple arithmetic operations to convert the MIDI port to the MIDI device, and PRINT: which displays the name of the tune and the current key.
The print routine is a very simple one. It will print out the name of the tune and the current key in ASCII (lower case) letters, as required by the ANSI standard, and the number of total bars.
If the user presses the STOP key, the program will print out a beep tone. At the moment the beep is not very loud.
The program reads the ‘track’ from a text file called ‘track.txt’. You will notice that the track describes the sequence of keys to be pressed to obtain the various bars of the tune (in case the user doesn’t know). In the current version of WHISTLE, the sequence is generated by the program itself.
The program is not very sophisticated and I realise that this is probably a disadvantage. However, I’m sure you will agree that it is better than nothing. I cannot possibly have the time to expand the program to include more features and elegance.
When WHISTLE is started it displays the name of the tune and the current key in the terminal window. This is the main
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