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Shareware (Free to try)
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1.09 MB
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4129
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Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Making Waves - Create and illustrate waves
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Any theory is much easier to understand, if you illustrate it. When it comes to wave theory, Making Waves can be very useful, regardless if you are a high school or college student. The software can illustrate the motion and interference of transverse and longitudinal waves. It offers various customization options and it makes it very easy to create waves, calculate their sums and more.

The software was designed for Windows versions, ranging from Win 95 to XP, but it works on Windows Vista and Windows 7 as well. You do not have to be a skilled user to install Making Waves. The setup process is smooth and easy and you can have the program up and running in no time.

You shouldn't have any difficulties with this program, even if you've just started studying waves. The larger area of the interface consists of a grid and a set of X and Y graph axis, which you may enable and disable with separate options, located on the toolbar. It is possible to customize their appearance as well, by changing their colors, thickness, spacing and more.

When creating a new wave, you will have to specify different values, for its amplitude, length and phase shift, on a small window. This window can be extended, to reveal options for customizing the wave's appearance. You can choose to represent the wave as a line or dots, choose a color and set a thickness level. The amplitude and length of an existing wave can be modified, just by clicking and dragging its graphical representation.

If you create more than one base wave, you may also create a wave sum. This task is similar to creating base waves, but instead of specifying values, you will have to select existing waves, by clicking different check boxes. When you modify a base wave, the wave sum will adapt automatically.

You can specify a base graph's speed on a small properties window, which is brought up by double clicking a wave. After you specify speed values, you may click different play buttons, on the program's toolbar, and the waves will move and shift automatically. It is also possible to record how you modify the waves manually and save the recording as a video file on the hard drive.

Pros:
Making Waves is not difficult to use, assuming that you know a few things about waves. The software can illustrate pulses, waves, as well as wave motion. You can interact with the graph, without any problems and make recordings.

Cons:
There are no serious issues to mention.

Making Waves will give you a better understanding of wave theory, thanks to its interactive and easy to use graphical representations and other useful features.

You can download Making Waves free here.
About the author: Frederick Barton
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Making Waves Editor's Review Rating
Making Waves has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 05 Sep 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Making Waves 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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