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Old February 3rd 10, 10:11 AM posted to creative.products.sound_blaster.live
Richard F. Nagel
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Default NRPN Calculator

Folks,

I had been loooking for something like this for the Sound Blaster Live (and
previously, the AWE32). After searching around the Internet, I came up with
nothing, so's I deceided to code my own. This thing is coded in the old QBasic
4.5, but should run just fine under Windows XP or higher in a DOS Shell.

Anyhow, here's yer files:

Readme (also included in the ZIP) -
http://www.cmoo.com/snor/weeds/SoundFonts/NRPNCalc.txt

ZIP - http://www.cmoo.com/snor/weeds/SoundFonts/NRPNCalc.zip

Hope this proves useful for someone

 




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