P2P | 21 May 2018 | 0.6 MB
You might have noticed that your mobile phone can emit sound effects every time you type, just to spice things up. There’s no such function built-in Windows but it doesn’t mean there are no methods of adding audio feedback to button pressing, and KeyMusic is just the type of application to enable this.
Sound grabbed from a MIDI device of choice
First of all, the application comes in a lightweight package, and you don’t even have to go through a setup process to make it work. This means that it’s possible to have it stored on a thumb drive just in case you decide to use it on other computers than your own, without putting stability at risk, because registry entries are not modified in the process.
What gives this application quite the advantage is that it relies on the Microsoft MIDI Mapper for the default sound bank, which means you have an incredibly large collection of audio effects to choose from. Although you can’t add your own, the libraries here are more than enough for anything you have in mind, ranging from classic piano to gunshot effects.
Choose instrument, volume, and note
The interface is pretty intuitive, and although quite compact, it makes it easy to understand how you can choose and configure sounds. First of all, you need to pick the device of interest, which is done from a drop-down menu, meaning it can also be an external MIDI device if it’s connected to your PC.
Changes are applied on the spot. Just so it doesn’t overlap with other programs which emit sound, there’s a dedicated slider to help out. Moreover, the tone can be selected from a drop-down menu, and this changes the effect regardless of the instrument you select.
All things considered, we can state that KeyMusic, might not really offer actual enhancement or practicality to your workflow, but it does manage to add a cool enhancement to general desktop use. Any connected MIDI device can be used, while the default Windows MIDI mapper already contains an abundance of instruments to choose from.
Features / Improvements
Important (I): perfected UI effect for any system DPI setting, in any supported Operating Systems (system DPI setting: in Windows 7, it can be changed at “Control Panel -> Appearance and Personalization -> Display -> Make text and other items larger or smaller”).
I: always keep the tray icon.
I: only allows the program running single instance to avoid the duplicate sounds.
I: uses Golden Ratio for the main interface and its start position.
I: more robust error handling mechanism.
Greatly enhanced the icon clarity of the window & exe file.
Reduced the size of exe file through Optimized internal efficiency.
Removed the “Add to Quick Launch Bar” option from the installer, because from Win Vista, it has no meaning.
Optimized the installer, simplified the installed steps.
Changed “Get/Retrieve Your License (Free)” menu item to “Lost License Key?” to eliminate ambiguity.
All thanks Team FALLEN for Keygen.
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