Command-line low-frequency graphic equlaizer (four bands)
0 to 30 hz
31 to 60 hz
61 to 250 hx
251 to 500 hz
If you are the chosen bidder, you'll get a few test sound files to work with.
No high-frequency controls, but it will need extra gain for the lowest band. (12 dB is normal.)
It's invoked from the command-line, including a 'preset' - an INI file that tells the equalizer where to set it's sliders.
Example of Syntax:
[url removed, login to view] /hide /[url removed, login to view]
/hide Switch to hide interface
/[url removed, login to view] Name of preset
You can change the syntax to make it easier to program.
It applies it's effects to any current wave or mp3. (Think of master volume and wave balance controls). No need for exotic codecs.
It must be able to save presets by adjusting the sliders, and then pressing a 'SAVE' button.
You only need to create one preset as a sample. Any file extension will do.
The main interface must be a resource & The program should not be compressed.
I don't care about programming language. Any one will do. (except dot .NET - I don't want anyone to have to download the framework files for this.
It needs to have an about button, which, when pressed, says "Copyright,2007, (name)
Be prepared to communicate with me, and please know that a screenshot is not a demo :-P And, of course, you need to submit the source files when the project is complete.
I have posted jobs in the past that got bids in the thousands of dollars, but were completed for just a few bucks. Please be competitive in your bidding. Don't worry if you don't have any feedback - your comments showing your grasp of the job will be more important than any
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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