Last Updated 08/19/2002


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The Mixa-Rip software was written to interface with the newly developed hardware and to decode, filter, mix, scratch, and play MP3's. The program makes use of the DirectX, the Win32 API and plugs into a Winamp dll. Object-oriented programming techniques were used to design and develop the software. The system was broken into functional components using threads, and a main thread was written to control the overall system. The software uses synchronization and message passing to modularize the interface between the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and the main decoding threads.


  • Dynamic (pitch dependant) anti-aliasing filters
  • 3 Band Equalizer: Treble, Bass, Mid-Range
  • Frequency Response Display
  • 2 Channel simultaneous playback
  • Serial interface: 115.2 kbps
  • Automatic hardware detection
  • Pitch Control: +/- 15%
  • Directx 8: low latency playback
  • Playlist: M3U support, Drag 'n Drop