Friday's Freeware: DDMF Transport
DDMF presents Transport, an alternative to your DAW's default transport display.
Transport is a basic yet handy little tool which provides all the information about measure, time, sample count etc. Already have that in your DAW, huh? Yeah, BUT this one can be custom colored, and most important it's resizable! Multiscreen users are bound to love it, but others certainly can make good use of it too. Based on a request by a DDMF user, this tool was deemed too good to not be made available for everybody - and for free. Transport is available as a 32 and 64 bit plugin in VST, RTAS, AAX (Win & Mac) and AU (Mac) formats. MacOSX 10.6 is required for Mac users.
You can get it directly from DDMF's website.
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