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»Added  2003-12-22
»Rating  5.29
»Votes  7
»Author  Crash Owerride | Search by Crash Owerride
»Version  Flash 6
»Description  It's a Technics MKII turntable, with 33/45 spinning speed, moving nedle even during the song, "loop" option, xml playlist, diferent labell color for each song, song pre-loader, volume and balance slider, progress bar, draggable nedle for jumping in the midle of the song...(and even more but cant remember it all)Note: in the zip the "turntablesample.swf" it shows the point where you can dragg the nedle to jump in the song... the otherone "turntable.swf" wont show that point... To see a working sample of it with songs and all check out:


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