Sometimes, trying to find the root note of a sound sample, by ear, means a lot of wasted time. AnalogX AutoTune is a small application you can use to auto-tune all the samples to the same note. It analyzes the provided sound sample in the frequency space in order to find the dominant note and then tunes that sample to the same frequency.
Vocal Remover is a little application that adds a Karaoke effect to your music. You could download either the DirectX or the Winamp Plugin version. If you choose the latter, you have to point out the Winamp plugin folder when installing it. After the installation, just activate it like a DSP/Effect Plugin (under the Preferences window).
AnalgX NetStat Live is a very useful network tool. It monitors your system and shows statistics about network usage in real time, about your uploads and downloads. There is some basic information about your network interfaces as well, like network name, IP address, and device names.
AnalogX MaxMem is a program that will manage your memory in order to enhance your system’s performance. This program is able to free up physical memory for your important applications, while limiting it for other less crucial processes. MaxMem will constantly monitor your memory usage, telling you how much free memory is available at any time just by hovering your mouse pointer over its icon.
AnalogX SayIt gives your computer a synthesized voice. Type in any word or phrase, set the sliders to the appropriate settings, and click the 'Render' button - out pops a nice little wave file. Or, if you are just playing around, use the 'Preview' button and hear what it sounds like. This program have outputs 16-bit wave files, and can handle phrases up to 500 characters.
With AnalogX Vocoder you can make your synth pad come to life with your voice. You can simply supply a wave file with some speech (or singing), supply another wave file with an instrument playing and this is it. AnalogX Vocoder outputs 16-bit/mono/44100 wave files and can load any sample rate and any bit depth mono wave files.
With AnalogX Extension Changer you can rename everything from single files to entire directory trees. Extension Changer also features an undo feature which allows you to reverse any batch renames it does. The program works on all versions of Windows, from Window 95 to Windows 7 and everything inbetween (including XP, Vista, Win2k, etc).
AnalogX AnonyMac allows you to quickly see all of your network connections, what MAC is currently assigned to them, and then change them to a completely new one. The program also decodes the manufacturer information from the MAC so you can see who actually made the NIC, as well as some of the basic IP settings associated with the connection.
AnalogX CacheBooster is a system maintenance/performance tool. It tweaks certain settings of your system to give Windows a bit of a performance boost. What the application actually does is tweak several hard drive cache settings to allow programs to benefit from faster read/write speeds.
AnalogX Scratch is a program that helps you to be a good Dj and to do nice mix by scratching records. With this program you can output your mix to a file. The output wave file will be mono, 16bit, 44100, which should be good for most all of your applications. Scratch works on all versions of Windows, from Window 95 to Windows 7 and everything inbetween (including XP, Vista, Win2k, etc).
As long as there's an Internet, everyone is going to want to do things faster. Browse the web, ping servers, download files, whatever. Every time you go to a new website, or a website you haven't been to in a day or so, your computer needs to locate the server again using DNS.
The Atomic TimeSync is an application that connects to NIST servers in order to have the best possible time reference on your computer. The application will tell you, if the clock is not synchronized, and will fix it for you. It is one of the best ways to have a very precise time on your computer.
Script Defender is a program that intercepts any script that tries to execute itself in your computer without your permission. This allows you to be safe at all times, no matter which hidden script an e-mail or a webpage might include. A good choice if you like to be protected from malicious scripts.
AnalogX PortMapper allows you to map any port on your computer to any IP address and port on another machine, and you can also, limit access based on the incoming IP address. PortMapper works on all versions of Windows, from Window 95 to Windows 7 and everything inbetween (including XP, Vista, Win2k, etc).
DXMan is a nice little program that allows you to view a list of all the audio plug-ins installed in your computer. Not only you can configure them directly from this utility, but also you can remove old and unused plug-ins that are still installed in your computer. A very useful application!
AnalogX ITR Client is a GUI program which gives you quick access to all the normal tools used to diagnose network problems, from ping to trace route. But ITRC takes it one step further by giving clean graphical displays of the data as well as additional information to help you track down and identify where problems originate.
AnalogX HyperTrace is a GUI version of traceroute, which shows you the route that information travels from your machine to another machine on the internet. Of course, AnalogX wasn't happy just making a GUI version, HyperTrace is also faster, and not just a little bit - an average of 20-30x faster than before!
Rhyme is a rhyming program or better said a rhyming dictionary program. Type in any word (it knows more than 100,000!), tell it how many syllables to match (or phonemes), and than click 'Rhyme'. Words appear in the dialog box, and simply use the one that works for whatever you're doing.
AnalogX CookieWall allows you to quickly and easily decide which cookies can stay on your system, and which cookies should go - once you let CookieWall know which ones are unwelcome, it does the rest. This program works on all versions of Windows, from Window 95 to Windows 7 and everything inbetween (including XP, Vista, Win2k, etc).
With this web server you only need to know to do is drag and drop files, then just click on the 'Start' button, and your web server is up and running, serving your pages to the world. Best of all, SimpleServer minimizes to the system tray, so it doesn't take up valuable screen space when you're not working with it.