WPF Sound Visualization Library

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The WPF Sound Visualization Library is a collection of WPF Controls for graphically displaying data related to sound processing. Current controls include a Spectrum Analyzer, Waveform Timeline, and an Album Art Display Panel.

http://wpfsvl.codeplex.com/

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