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Revision as of 22:20, 31 December 2008

Template:Infobox homebrewapp This is the first metronome ever coded for the Wii game system. This application will help you keep a tempo while practicing an instrument.

Wiimote

Button Action
Wiimote 1 Button Sets Maximum BPM (250)
Wiimote 2 Button Sets Minimum BPM (30)
Wiimote D-Pad Up Adds 10 BPM
Wiimote D-Pad Down Subtracts 10 BPM
Wiimote D-Pad Right Adds 1 BPM
Wiimote D-Pad Left Subtracts 1 BPM
Wiimote HOME Button Returns to Loader

History

Version Date Changes
1.2 1/1/2009 Added tempo markings, removed delay when changing bpm.
1.1 11/15/2008 Translated source from C to C++
1.0 8/31/2008 Public release

To Do

To Do
Add a GUI.
Add ability to subdivide beats.

Disclaimer

Please note I take 'no' responsibility for the use of this software, If you find a bug, I will try to fix it for the next release.


Special Thanks

I would like to thank EVERYONE who has helped me, from #wiidev and #wiihelp. Without you guys, none of this (my first project) would have ever been possible. I hope I will continue developing as long as I can. Also special thanks to my snare drum/drum set instructor for telling me to get a metronome, thus starting my wonderful idea to make my own. Thanks again to everyone!

Bugs

Please report any bugs here. I will fix them as soon as possible.