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clicker.exe [options ...] <path to MIDI.mid> Description: Clicker generates a WAVE file click track given a MIDI sequence with meter/key and tempo change messages. The click track serves as a solid, sample-accurate metronome that will line up with the MIDI sequence. You can import the generated click track into any MIDI-friendly DAW tool such as SONAR, Cubase, etc. to record with. You can even share the click track with other recording artists working on your project to serve as a timebase to help synchronize work across distances. Author: James S. Dunne http://bittwiddlers.org/ Copyright: 2011, bittwiddlers.org Source: http://github.com/JamesDunne/clicker Options: -s <samplerate> Set the output WAVE file's sample rate in Hz (default 48000 Hz) -c <channels> Set the output WAVE file's number of channels (1 or 2, default 2) -d <click division> Set the metronome to click on each (2^N)th note, scaling meter signatures appropriately to match. (default: off, click on meter beats only) -ao Attenuate meter's off-beats if meter is faster than the metronome. (default: off) -ad Attenuate inserted beats if metronome is clicking faster than the meter. (default: off) <path to MIDI.mid> Path to the MIDI arrangement to generate the click track for. Outputs: <path to MIDI.mid>.click.wav