There are three ways to use this component.
TSampleDisplay3D for Delphi, an ActiveX version and Sample Display 3D Library for any developer environment (under development).
The most you get is from the Delphi version, you can access all the underlying stuff, and the least you get is the standalone .dll version (though you can use it in any environment that supports the stdcall calling convention).
All of these components are referred to as TSampleDisplay3D.
A Delphi component for use in Win32 (9x/ME/2K/XP/Vista) software. It's purpose is to provide the most powerful and efficient (yet easy to use), 3D sample functions like displaying the sample in 3D with configurable colors, automatic support for ID3v2 SESC, making a selection, zooming, quick-playing from click, configurable selection playback repeat count, edit and create Subsong seekpoints all on a powerful Direct3D display.
You should also see the included example program Tutorial1's source-code for example of how to use TSampleDisplay3D in your own programs.
You can use this component in your programs for free under LGPL. You can register if you like.
Shareware license: 50 euros.