SoundApp can play and convert sound files from a variety of computer platforms and in many different formats. It can be used with WWW browsers to play sounds as SoundApp supports many more formats than any browser or other sound players.
SoundApp can play and convert from the following sound formats:
- SoundCap (including Huffman-compressed) and Studio Session Instruments
- SoundEdit (including stereo, MACE-3 and MACE-6),
- AIFF and AIFF-C (8-, 16-, 24- and 32-bit, MACE-3, MACE-6, IMA 4:1, µ-law and QuickTime codecs),
- System 7 sound and 'snd ' resource (including MACE-3, MACE-6, IMA 4:1 and µ-law),
- QuickTime MooV (soundtracks only, including MIDI movies),
- Sun Audio .au and NeXT .snd (including µ-law, a-law, 8-, 16-, 24- and 32-bit linear, 32- and 64-bit floating point, G.721 ADPCM and G.723 ADPCM),
- Windows WAVE (including GSM-, IMA- and MS ADPCM-compressed, µ-law and a-law, 8-, 16- and 32-bit linear),
- MPEG audio (layers I, II and III, requires a PowerPC processor for playback),
- Sound Blaster VOC,
- Atari AVR (including stereo and 8- and 16-bit),
- Many varieties of MODs, ScreamTracker 3 module (S3M), Multitracker module (MTM),
- MIDI (type 0, 1 and 2, including GS and XG; playback only),
- Amiga IFF/8SVX (including stereo and compressed),
- Sound Designer and Sound Designer II,
- Ensoniq PARIS,
- IRCAM (8- and 16-bit linear and 32-bit floating point), and
- Psion Series 3 and EPOC 32 (Psion Series 5) sounds.
Don't know what those are? SoundApp does and will play them without you having to know!
SoundApp is available in 68k and PPC formats.