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First of all hello everyone this is my first post here.

Im an under grad student in my final year studying computing which means im also starting my final year project. Ive come up with an idea but im not sure if ive bit off more than i can chew.

The crux of the idea is a software MP3 player that allows the play speed to be sped up and slowed down. This would be used for DJ'ing with digital music like MP3's.

My strongest programming language is Java but Im open to using other oo languages if it's not possible or too hard in Java. Has anyone got any experience in this sort of thing or know of some useful places to look?

Thanks for reading this.
Ben
 
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Did you try Google? I did and pulled up quite a few items.

Looks like you have a few options with the Java Sound API.
Be sure to look at Java version differences too. 1.5 may have even more features than 1.4.

Good luck!
 
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