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PROGRAM FOR THE PROCESSING OF SOUND IN REAL TIME
Sound System 99 FREE
This program combines a set of programs for processing sound in a real called Sound System 99 .
Player plays the following files:
· Amiga MOD 15-instrument / Pro / Star / FastTracker
· Windows WAVE
· MPEG-1 Layer 1/2/3
MPEG-2 and MPEG-2.5 files are not supported.
For WAVE files, use ACM (Audio Compression Manager). Therefore, if some WAV file is not played, it means that you do not have the necessary codec to decode it.
Files are fully loaded into memory. This is of course a significant drawback when playing large files, perhaps it will soon be fixed.
The player can play sound through both DirectSound and WaveOut (standard).
When using DirectSound , mixing is possible with sounds played by other programs (you can run 2 players at the same time).
When using WaveOut, some features will not be available.
· Displays the signal spectrum or waveform.
· Source is selected in the Mixer window (Record section).
· DirectSoundCapture is used.
Digital Sound Processor (DSP):
Converts sound to real-time . FULL DUPLEX sound card or 2 sound cards required.
The signal is taken from one or several inputs ( DirectSoundCapture ) - microphone, LineIn , CD , etc.
Inputs are selected in the Mixer window ( Record section).
The converted signal is output with a delay through DirectSound. Sound can be mixed with sounds played by other programs if they use DirectSound.
WARNING 1: DSP cannot convert the sound played by other programs.
WARNING 2: In the Mixer window, in the Play section, you need to disable those sources from which the sound is being converted. Otherwise, you will hear both the original sound and the converted (with a delay) at the same time.
Works from under Windows 95, .. 98, ..98x, 2000, XP .
The possibilities of the program are limited limited by the capabilities of the sound card of the computer.
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