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Old 21st August 2011
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Default Writing a guitar tuner/metronome

So heres the situation, I love OpenBSD but theres no guitar tuner or metronome for it. I'm not a programmer but I understand some very basic C, and have a couple books. I thought it would be fun to try to write a guitar tuner and a metronome but I'm unsure of where to begin. As far as I know, I would have to use sndio for sound input and output, but is that all I would need? If so, where would I find resources on programming for it? I found one web page on caoua.org which led me to a couple man pages as well, but I feel its too complex for a beginner. Am I trying something too difficult for myself or is there a manual or some kind of resource aimed at someone like myself?
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