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Metrofone - A Smartphone Metronome

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Super app :-) !!!What about WM2002 support?Please...

Yes! Please!

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To take it one step further, after doing the programming for working out the BMP from analysing the time periods between 4 taps, would it then be possible for the program to give a readout in milliseconds? - this would be very useful for quickly working out reverbs and delay times that work with different songs.

You have musicians covered, and with these next two ideas you have DJs and sound engineers too!

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I would have thought so. Good idea. I'm currently working on a new version of Metrophone so I'll include the ms as well.

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Great App! Ill be waiting for the 2002 version... ^_^ Nice... :D

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Well you live and learn, I thought a Metrognome was a little chap who lived in the underground system ^_^

Seriously... cant w8 for the 2k2 version to give it a try!

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Very helpful application. I installed it on my i600. Works great.

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:lol: SP2002

:cry:

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will it work with sp2002? will try anyway. if not, hope you could make it work for 02version. thanks

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How about a guitar tuning app next for those of us who cant tune without something to go by!

Here you go:

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Does this work on the C500 and if so how do I install it?

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Hi, great app! Works on a HTC S710 (Orange SPV E650). Only the screen doesnt fit very well, and it doesn't like landscape mode when i slide out my keyboard. But it works and does its job :(.

Thanks!

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Very simple and good aplication. I advise all . the program include a base tone ( 440hz LA)

Only missing not include a tunner .

I try in Windows mobile 5 HTC qtek prophet. and it is successful.

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nice's app for musician likes me :-) thanks for share

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