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EQ31 - 1/3 Oct Graphics Equalizer for Windows

post #1 of 24
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I made this Graphics Equalizer (GUI) for EqualizerAPO (a system-wide parametric equalizer for Windows 32-bit Vista/7/8) for realtime EQ'ing.

 

 

 

Download - http://jiiteepee.tripod.com/home.html

 

If you have any suggestions over features, GUI look, etc. ... .
 

jiitee


Edited by jiiteepee - 10/20/13 at 8:32am
post #2 of 24
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Originally Posted by jiiteepee View Post
 

 

If you have any suggestions over features, GUI look, etc. ... .
 

jiitee

 

Good stuff! I was thinking about creating something like that, but you beat me to it. 

If you want to take this to the next level, you could create a parametric interface and display the target EQ curve.

post #3 of 24
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Originally Posted by jiiteepee View Post

I made this Graphics Equalizer (GUI) for EqualizerAPO (a system-wide parametric equalizer for Windows Vista/7/8) for realtime EQ'ing.

Nice! smily_headphones1.gif
post #4 of 24
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Updated the EQ31GUI-2 to v. 0.20.

 

Link on post #1.

 

jiiteepee


Edited by jiiteepee - 10/20/13 at 8:33am
post #5 of 24

Is it gonna be free forever?

post #6 of 24

I freaking love you.

Just got my Modi, and found that EqualizerAPO program, but didn't want to bother with the text based configuration.

 

Gonna try this out.

 

EDIT: Possibly stupid question, but is there a minimum post limit before I can download attachments on those forums? I just registered, looking at your thread in the uploads section, and all I see is "Attachment: EQ31 for 32-bit Windows Vista/7/8 (packed using 7-zip)." in the post, but no download link.

 

I registered and verified my email, and im logged in o_O


Edited by PanpandaChan - 10/14/13 at 6:26pm
post #7 of 24

Wow I'm suprised no1 has done this EQ a proper GUI before, this is exactly what we needed. Although no use for me as I'm using 64bit OS and I read in some comments it supposedly only works with 32bit T_T

 

(why use 32bit OS in first place in this day and age other than old retired family comps ^^)

post #8 of 24
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Originally Posted by PanpandaChan View Post
 

EDIT: Possibly stupid question, but is there a minimum post limit before I can download attachments on those forums? I just registered, looking at your thread in the uploads section, and all I see is "Attachment: EQ31 for 32-bit Windows Vista/7/8 (packed using 7-zip)." in the post, but no download link.

 

I registered and verified my email, and im logged in o_O

 

I'm not sure why they took the upload off ... maybe they were afraid of possible bandwith ... anyway, I was going to do that on my own ...?

 

Good news: I'm gonna release the whole project (2 channel version) in few days as freeware.  I'll post the links when downloadable.

 

jiiteepee

post #9 of 24
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Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
 

Wow I'm suprised no1 has done this EQ a proper GUI before, this is exactly what we needed. Although no use for me as I'm using 64bit OS and I read in some comments it supposedly only works with 32bit T_T

 

(why use 32bit OS in first place in this day and age other than old retired family comps ^^)

 

I agree. Immediadly when I bumped to EqualizerAPO I started learning C++ so I be able to make this GUI.

 

Actually I still use Vista 32-bit in my programming PC :D ....

 

As mentioned earlier, I'm gonna release the source code --> you can build 64-bit version on your own (my plan is to get 64-bit OS around Dec.)

 

jiiteepee

post #10 of 24
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Originally Posted by Nachash View Post
 

Is it gonna be free forever?

 

This 2-channel version is going to be available as freewaare source code later this week ... :rolleyes:

 

I'll post links for download here when upload is done.

 

jiiteepee

post #11 of 24

Sounds good, looking forward to it.

 

I use 64bit as well, but I dont quite understand why it wont work? All this does in terms of interacting with EqualizerAPO is provide it with a .txt right?

Is it just because the default install directories for EqualizerAPO is different on x86 and x64? 32-bit programs are stuffed into C:\Program Files (x86) while C:\Program Files is reserved for 64-bit programs now. At least thats how it is in Windows 7.

 

If this is the only problem, it seems like I can just manually move the .txt over. Which I wouldnt mind.

post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by PanpandaChan View Post
 

Sounds good, looking forward to it.

 

I use 64bit as well, but I dont quite understand why it wont work? All this does in terms of interacting with EqualizerAPO is provide it with a .txt right?

Is it just because the default install directories for EqualizerAPO is different on x86 and x64? 32-bit programs are stuffed into C:\Program Files (x86) while C:\Program Files is reserved for 64-bit programs now. At least thats how it is in Windows 7.

 

If this is the only problem, it seems like I can just manually move the .txt over. Which I wouldnt mind.


Ahh yea that's most likely it.

post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by PanpandaChan View Post
 

Sounds good, looking forward to it.

 

I use 64bit as well, but I dont quite understand why it wont work? All this does in terms of interacting with EqualizerAPO is provide it with a .txt right?

Is it just because the default install directories for EqualizerAPO is different on x86 and x64? 32-bit programs are stuffed into C:\Program Files (x86) while C:\Program Files is reserved for 64-bit programs now. At least thats how it is in Windows 7.

 

If this is the only problem, it seems like I can just manually move the .txt over. Which I wouldnt mind.

 

I have not checked how the 64-bit software differs from 32-bit software but if that's the only difference needed to do (in this case) I can fix it so that the 32-bit version stores the config.txt for 64-bit installation of EqAPO.

 

jiiteepee

post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by jiiteepee View Post
 

 

I have not checked how the 64-bit software differs from 32-bit software but if that's the only difference needed to do (in this case) I can fix it so that the 32-bit version stores the config.txt for 64-bit installation of EqAPO.

 

jiiteepee

 

Just make the path to the .txt file configurable and problem solved.

post #15 of 24
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Update!

 

EQ31GUI-2 project package is now available for download.

It's still only for 32-bit Windows Vista--> but I tried to fix the issue with config.txt path mentioned earlier.

 

DL link can be found in post #1.

 

jiiteepee

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