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Divine Intervention

Divine Intervention consists of two programs. The first is a very accurate BPM measurement tool. The second is a player which can change the tempo of music. The player allows nudging, forward and backward movement by measures, and other nice things.


Recent releases

  •  25 May 2006 16:24

    Release Notes: Management of remote players/analyzers was improved. Automatic verification of decoders and DSP devices was implemented. Many new sound analysis properties were added.

    •  24 Jan 2005 11:44

      Release Notes: This highly improved version of BpmDj can now analyze rhythm/composition and echo characteristics of the music.

      •  19 Jul 2004 13:34

        Release Notes: The songlist header, tags, and other new preferences are now saved. The layout of the song selector was improved. A frequency dialog that shows how to map the old frequency to the new was added. A clustering algorithm was added. The beatgraph was improved using haar wavelet, and a little documentation was written about it. A fragment sequencer was added. Spectrum matching was improved substantially. The possibility to select bpm measure algorithm was added. XMMS queueing support was added. The auto-correlation technique was improved substantially.

        •  12 Nov 2003 13:29

          Release Notes: Persistent playing history was added, and the BPM scanning algorithm was drastically improved.

          •  10 Oct 2003 14:32

            Release Notes: This release adds native ALSA support.


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