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copperstate
2010-04-28, 15:57
I am looking for a MacOS X software that supports the Simple Sound format (so that I may convert them to something useful). This format was used by the Classic MacOS for system sounds etc.

Thanks in advance for your help! :)

MrSinatra
2010-05-01, 21:45
i'm not sure this will do what you want, but its pretty good:

audacity

Tony T
2010-05-09, 14:42
I am looking for a MacOS X software that supports the Simple Sound format (so that I may convert them to something useful). This format was used by the Classic MacOS for system sounds etc.

Thanks in advance for your help! :)

If its on this list, use SoX: http://sox.sourceforge.net/


The current release handles the following audio file formats:


o Raw files in various binary formats
o Raw textual data
o Amiga 8svx files
o Apple/SGI AIFF files
o SUN .au files
o PCM, u-law, A-law
o G7xx ADPCM files (read only)
o mutant DEC .au files
o NeXT .snd files
o AVR files
o CDDA (Compact Disc Digital Audio format)
o CVS and VMS files (continuous variable slope)
o Grandstream ring-tone files
o GSM files
o HTK files
o LPC-10 files
o Macintosh HCOM files
o Amiga MAUD files
o AMR-WB & AMR-NB (with optional libamrwb & libamrnb libraries)
o MP3 (with optional libmad and libmp3lame libraries)
o MP4, AAC, AC3, WAVPACK, AMR-NB files (with optional ffmpeg library)
o AVI, WMV, Ogg Theora, MPEG video files (with optional ffmpeg library)

o Ogg Vorbis files (with optional Ogg Vorbis libraries)
o FLAC files (with optional libFLAC)
o IRCAM SoundFile files
o NIST SPHERE files
o Turtle beach SampleVision files
o Sounder & Soundtool (DOS) files
o Yamaha TX-16W sampler files
o SoundBlaster .VOC files
o Dialogic/OKI ADPCM files (.VOX)
o Microsoft .WAV files
o PCM, u-law, A-law
o MS ADPCM, IMA ADPCM
o GSM
o RIFX (big endian)
o WavPack files (with optional libwavpack library)
o Psion (palmtop) A-law WVE files and Record voice notes
o Maxis XA Audio files
o EA ADPCM (read support only, for now)
o Pseudo formats that allow direct playing/recording from most audio devices
o The "null" pseudo-file that reads and writes from/to nowhere

Tony T
2010-05-09, 14:42
copperstate;541496 Wrote:
> I am looking for a MacOS X software that supports the Simple Sound
> format (so that I may convert them to something useful). This format
> was used by the Classic MacOS for system sounds etc.
>
> Thanks in advance for your help! :)

If its on this list, use SoX: http://sox.sourceforge.net/


The current release handles the following audio file formats:


o Raw files in various binary formats
o Raw textual data
o Amiga 8svx files
o Apple/SGI AIFF files
o SUN .au files
o PCM, u-law, A-law
o G7xx ADPCM files (read only)
o mutant DEC .au files
o NeXT .snd files
o AVR files
o CDDA (Compact Disc Digital Audio format)
o CVS and VMS files (continuous variable slope)
o Grandstream ring-tone files
o GSM files
o HTK files
o LPC-10 files
o Macintosh HCOM files
o Amiga MAUD files
o AMR-WB & AMR-NB (with optional libamrwb & libamrnb libraries)
o MP3 (with optional libmad and libmp3lame libraries)
o MP4, AAC, AC3, WAVPACK, AMR-NB files (with optional ffmpeg
library)
o AVI, WMV, Ogg Theora, MPEG video files (with optional ffmpeg
library)

o Ogg Vorbis files (with optional Ogg Vorbis libraries)
o FLAC files (with optional libFLAC)
o IRCAM SoundFile files
o NIST SPHERE files
o Turtle beach SampleVision files
o Sounder & Soundtool (DOS) files
o Yamaha TX-16W sampler files
o SoundBlaster .VOC files
o Dialogic/OKI ADPCM files (.VOX)
o Microsoft .WAV files
o PCM, u-law, A-law
o MS ADPCM, IMA ADPCM
o GSM
o RIFX (big endian)
o WavPack files (with optional libwavpack library)
o Psion (palmtop) A-law WVE files and Record voice notes
o Maxis XA Audio files
o EA ADPCM (read support only, for now)
o Pseudo formats that allow direct playing/recording from most audio
devices
o The "null" pseudo-file that reads and writes from/to nowhere


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