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File Name: 16-blarney.hqx (552 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Blarney" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Blarney" Alert Sound Bring some luck'o the Irish to your Mac with the new "Blarney" alert sound from Clixsounds. This high-fidelity stereo recording is a humorous character with an Irish accent exclaiming "What a bunch of blarney!" The "Blarney" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-cyberfemdenied.hqx (408 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Cyberfem:Denied" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Cyberfem:Denied" Alert Sound This file from Clixsounds' vast collection of hi-fi sounds for Macintosh contains a futuristic female voice saying "Denied." The high tech effects applied to the vocal sound phenomenal when played through stereo speakers. It makes a great alert beep to be used on its own, or with Clixsounds "YO!" alert sound randomizer, which allows you to have up to 1,000 sounds randomly played as your alert sound. The "Cyberfem:Denied" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com WWW: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-gasp.hqx (456 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Gasp! Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Gasp!" Alert Sound Shock, disbelief...utter disgust! The Mac is the simplest computer this side of the sun and YOU made a mistake?! Then be appropriately alerted by the new "Gasp!" alert sound from Clixsounds. It's a brief stereo recording of a group of people gasping in disbelief, and will leave you with your tail between your legs. The "Gasp!" alert sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-heckler.hqx (740 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Heckler Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Heckler" Alert Beep Make a spectacle of the occasion every time your Mac beeps with the "Heckler" alert from Clixsounds. This stereo sample emits an outrageous outburst of laughter sure to prevent you from making such a mistake again! The "Heckler" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 16-hotrod.hqx (624 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Hot Rod Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Hot Rod Alert Sound" Make PCs eat your dust every time your Mac needs attention with the "Hot Rod" alert sound from Clixsounds. This high-octane stereo sound is an authentic recording of a 5.0-liter engine screaming a powerful rev, and will definitely get you in gear when you mess up! The "Hot Rod" alert sound, which may be installed as an individual alert sound or used with Clixsounds YO! Alert Sound Randomizer, is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS

File Name: 8-blarney.hqx (300 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Blarney" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Blarney" Alert Sound Bring some luck'o the Irish to your Mac with the new "Blarney" alert sound from Clixsounds. This high-fidelity stereo recording is a humorous character with an Irish accent exclaiming "What a bunch of blarney!" The "Blarney" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-bluejayalert.hqx (272 k)
Date: May 01, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Blue Jay" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Blue Jay Alert Sound" Mac-using bird watchers can now become bird "hearers" as well with the new "Blue Jay Alert Sound" from Clixsounds. This high fidelity sound is an authentic digital sterep recording of a blue jay's call. The sound is just under one second and adds a nice hint of nature to your Mac. The "Blue Jay" alert sound is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-cyberfemdenied.hqx (272 k)
Date: Jan 29, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Cyberfem:Denied" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Cyberfem:Denied" Alert Sound This file from Clixsounds' vast collection of hi-fi sounds for Macintosh contains a futuristic female voice saying "Denied." The high tech effects applied to the vocal sound phenomenal when played through stereo speakers. It makes a great alert beep to be used on its own, or with Clixsounds "YO!" alert sound randomizer, which allows you to have up to 1,000 sounds randomly played as your alert sound. The "Cyberfem:Denied" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com WWW: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-firebomb.hqx (380 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "FireBomb" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "FireBomb" Alert Beep Give your Mac some real flare with the "FireBomb" Alert Sound from Clixsounds. A perfect sound for the Fourth Of July Holiday or for just an explosive attention-getter, this hi-fidelity stereo recording of a whistling missile whizzes from one side to the center and explodes with a speaker-blowing KABOOM! The "FireBomb" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-heckler.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Heckler Alert Sound " (8-bit/44kHz) "Heckler" Alert Beep Make a spectacle of the occasion every time your Mac beeps with the "Heckler" alert from Clixsounds. This stereo sample emits an outrageous outburst of laughter sure to prevent you from making such a mistake again! The "Heckler" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: 8-hotrod.hqx (336 k)
Date: Apr 16, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Hot Rod Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Hot Rod Alert Sound" Make PCs eat your dust every time your Mac needs attention with the "Hot Rod" alert sound from Clixsounds. This high-octane stereo sound is an authentic recording of a 5.0-liter engine screaming a powerful rev, and will definitely get you in gear when you mess up! The "Hot Rod" alert sound, which may be installed as an individual alert sound or used with Clixsounds YO! Alert Sound Randomizer, is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS

File Name: alien-voice-aol.hqx (1024 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Alien Voice Online Sounds (AOL 4.0) Custom sounds for AOL are back! Now you can customize your sounds for AOL 4.0 with the "Alien Voice" Online Sounds for AOL 4.0. Turn your online sessions into a trip into deep space with scifi sound effects and a little alien voice... Logon: "Welcome Online, Earthling" New Mail: "You have received new electronic communication" Buddy Logon: Ethereal Sound Effect Buddy Logoff: Phazer blast Instant Message: Electronic Blurbs File Transfer: "File has been beamed aboard" Logoff: "Departing to earth." Installation is simple, and step-by-step instructions are included. The "Alien Voice" Online Sounds can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site along with numerous other sets of Online sounds and system sounds for Mac at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: amadeus-2-22r4.hqx (1524 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: Martin Hairer Subject: Amadeus II v2.2r4 (sound editor) Amadeus II is a powerful tool designed to manipulate, create and analyze sounds. Its main features are: - Direct-to-disk abilities. This allows you to manipulate sounds of any size without running out of memory if there is enough disk space left. - Multiple undoing and multiple scraps. - Sounds can be marked in order to facilitate navigation in huge documents. - Long processes can be interrupted during their execution; several processes can be launched at the same time. - Support of many compression formats (MACE, a-Law, mu-Law,...) and sound qualities (16Bit, 24Bit, stereo...). - Real-time spectrum and oscilloscope; generation of sonograms. - Includes the "Amadeus Toolbox", which allows you to create your own external filters. And many more. Release 4 fixes incompatibility problems with some machines and completes two incomplete methods of the Amadeus Toolbox. Martin Hairer http://www.erehwon.org/hairer/

File Name: andys-platinum-10.hqx (28 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From: awatters@ucla.edu Subject: Andy's Platinum 1.0 This is a skin for Macamp 1.0 based on Apple's "Platinum" theme- the standard look for OS 8.0 and above. Requires Macamp 1.0 Preview edition or later. For an extended description and preview, see http://www.bol.ucla.edu/~awatters/ -- - Andrew Watters awatters@ucla.edu

File Name: any-requests-11.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jul 25, 2000
From: Greg Weston Subject: Any Requests?: Voice-activated MP3 interface This small piece of shareware provides a speech controlled front-end to access your MP3 collection. You can freak out your co-workers or turn any PowerMac into a dedicated jukebox. Cool, small, and actively supported because I'm using it myself (on a 6100/66). Greg

File Name: application-commander-110.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: kamprath@kagi.com Subject: Application Commander v1.1.0 Application Commander is an utility that takes advantage of Apple�s Speech Recognition System in conjunction with the Application Switching Manager to enable you to control and manage your running applications by speaking some simple commands. The Application Switching Manager is a public interface that several third party utilities support. It is currently support by ClaireWare Software�s Program Switcher and Binary Software�s PowerSwitch. For more information on these programs, please visit one of the following web pages: http://www.kamprath.net/claireware/program_switcher.html http://www.binarysoft.com/psmac/psmac.html What is required? Application Commander requires the following: Apple�s Speech Recognition System v1.5 or later (comes with MacOS 8.5) PowerPC processor Program Switcher v4.4.0 or PowerSwitch v1.0.0 or later MacOS 8.0 or later How do I use it? All you need to do is enable the Speech Recognition Manager in the Speech control panel and then launch Application Commander. Application Commander is a �background only application,� so there are no options or other user interface to mess with. To cause Application Commander to do something, all you have to do is say a command that Application Commander recognizes and it will act on that command. Application Commander recognizes the following commands: Switch to the Finder Switch to the Last Application Switch to Hide Other Applications Hide the Current Application Hide All Applications but the Finder Show All Applications Quit All Applications Quit All Other Applications Quit Application Commander Launch Most commands should be self explanatory. The �Switch to � means that you say �Switch to� and the name of a running application and Application Commander will take you to it. The �Launch � command will launch/open any item in a special folder that Application Commander creates when it is run for the first time. This folder is titled �Launchable Files�, and it is located in the �Application Commander� folder created in the �Application Support� folder in the System folder (MacOS 8.0 and later). Place any file into the �Launchable Files� folder that you wish Application Commander to be able to launch. It is recomended, though, that you only place alias of files into �Launchable Files�. Both applications and document files can be launched by Application Commander.

File Name: aqua-gnome-10.hqx (132 k)
Date: Jun 01, 2003
From: Spencer Cohen Subject: AquaGnome.dmg.hqx Blurb: A simple metronome. URL: http://home.earthlink.net/~mistercow/sw.html Description: A simple metronome, written in Cocoa to be fast and accurate. System requirements: Mac OS X v10.2 Author's email: support@cowfactory.com File: AquaGnome.dmg.hqx

File Name: art-music-353c.hqx (192 k)
Date: Jul 09, 1996
From: (Timothy A Herzog) herzo005@gold.tc.umn.edu Subject: ART Music 3.5.3c ART Music is a translator that converts Finale EPS files to Illustrator format, so you can edit a page of music just like a graphic (add color, other graphics, move notes, etc.). ART Music is FAT; it runs on 680x0 computers and runs native on Power Macintoshes. This bug fix corrects a problem that causing inconsistent crashing on 68000 computers on startup. Sorry, folks, but honestly, it wasn't my fault. Shareware: $20.00 ------------------------------------------------ Timothy Herzog Two Bits Worth, Inc. herzo005@gold.tc.umn.edu +1 (612) 227-2920

File Name: astrostein-2.hqx (748 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1998
From: filmman@pacificnet.net Subject: astrostein_2.hqx Astrostein 2 is a scenario for Wolfenstein 3D (3rd Encounter or full commercial version) featuring new sounds and graphics. Laz

File Name: astrostein-3.hqx (856 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1998
From: filmman@pacificnet.net Subject: astrostein_3 Astrostein 3 is a scenario for Wolfenstein 3D (3rd Encounter or full commercial version) featuring new sounds and graphics. Laz

File Name: a-train-midi-patch.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: JIMMOD@aol.com Subject: A-Train MIDI Patch This patch is not supported by Maxis, but it will resolve sound problems encountered in A-Train on PPC and AV Macs. Visit my homepage (http://members.aol.com/jimmod/) for information on my web page design and typesetting services. To get the latest version of the patch, visit (http://members.aol.com/jimmod/atrain/)

File Name: audiocorder.hqx (532 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Audiocorder 1.9.8 Audiocorder is a program which allows your Mac to act as volume operated (VOX) audio recorder. It allows you to set the volume that the sound must reach to begin recording, and the volume at which it should end recording. It also allows you to set the trigger length for the start and stop values, which helps you to eliminate recording short bursts of sound or ending the recording process during a short pause (such as in normal speach). It may also be used as a normal manually operated recorder. In addition, it can play AIFF sound files, including those created with other sound programs. Each sound file is stored in AIFF format, a Macintosh standard sound format. The audio is sampled at 11, 22 or 44 kHz, with a sample size of 8 or 16 bits, either monophonic or stereo. The name of each file contains the date and time (down to seconds) the recording began. Audiocorder is used in a wide variety of applications, including digitizing LPs and tapes, recording animals and other natural sounds, and automated recording of radio transmissions. Audiocorder is native for both 68K and PPC systems. Version 1.9.8 Shareware, $20. Chris Smolinski

File Name: audio-in-103.hqx (368 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2003
From: Pandaa Subject: AudioIn1.0.3.dmg.sit.hqx Audio In 1.0.3 - Freeware Audio In is a simple audio recording application with an oscilloscope=20 view. With Audio In you can: * Record audio to disk from any sound input device connected to your=20= Macintosh. * Schedule when recording is to take place . * Use Volume Operated Recording (=92VOX=92) to skip periods of = silence. Version 1.0.3 improves reliability. System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.0 or higher. Freeware by Pandaa / Mashiro na Zenshi e-mail: pandaa@swipnet.se www: http://home3.swipnet.se/~w-34826/=

File Name: audio-toolbox-100.hqx (568 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Audio Toolbox 1.0.0 File uploaded: AudioToolbox.sit Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/audiotoolbox.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Audio Toolbox is an audio function generator for the Macintosh. Using no additional hardware, you can produce sine, square, triangle, and sawtooth waveforms of any frequency up to 22 kHz, as well as generate noise. Audio Toolbox can be used to create all sorts of cool sound effects. You have full control over the frequency, type and volume of each sound produced. You can generate up two ten different waveforms. Each waveform can be routed to either the left or right channel, or to both. The amplitude of each waveform may be adjusted, as well as the volume on each channel, which is a mix of any waveforms routed to that channel. In addition, there is a sweep generator. Super for producing "Whoop Whoop" sounds, sirens, and more. Requires a PPC Macintosh Shareware: $20

File Name: audio-toolbox-100-x.hqx (572 k)
Date: Apr 22, 2002
From: Chris Smolinski Subject: Audio Toolbox OSX 1.0.0 File uploaded: AudioToolboxOSX.sit Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/audiotoolbox.html Author email: cps@blackcatsystems.com Abstract: Audio Toolbox is an audio function generator for the Macintosh. Using no additional hardware, you can produce sine, square, triangle, and sawtooth waveforms of any frequency up to 22 kHz, as well as generate noise. Audio Toolbox can be used to create all sorts of cool sound effects. You have full control over the frequency, type and volume of each sound produced. You can generate up two ten different waveforms. Each waveform can be routed to either the left or right channel, or to both. The amplitude of each waveform may be adjusted, as well as the volume on each channel, which is a mix of any waveforms routed to that channel. In addition, there is a sweep generator. Super for producing "Whoop Whoop" sounds, sirens, and more. Requires Mac OSX Shareware: $20

File Name: austrian-patch-for-os85.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1998
From: h.prill@magnet.at Subject: Austrian Patch for Mac OS 8.5 So Apple forgot about Austria. They have localization codes for almost any country, including Lapland and the Faeroe Islands, but not for the country of Mozart, Beethoven, Sachertorte and The Sound of Music. ;-) So far, this didn't matter all that much, but since OS 8.5 it does. You see, OS 8.5 offers automatic compatibility for non-Western web pages, and if you install this feature, you have a permanent keyboard menu in your menu bar (as you did in OS 8 if you had more than one keyboard mapping selected in the Keyboard control panel). This means that Austrian users have to stare at the German flag all the time while they're sitting at their computer. I decided to change that. This little patch adds some Austrian data to your system file, *replacing* the corresponding German ones. You'll notice the difference in the control panels Date & Time, Keyboard and Numbers, plus, of course, in the keyboard menu. This patch only works with the US-English version of Mac OS 8.5. It does not yet work with the German version. I will make a patch for the German OS as it becomes available. Disclaimer You use this software at your own risk. I have tested it and found it to work fine, but there is no implicit or explicit warranty that it works. If it damages your computer, if you lose any data, or if anything nasty happens, I am not to be made responsible. Freeware This patch is absolutely free and may be distributed freely, as long as no money is charged for it. Contact E-mail: h.prill@magnet.at WWW: http://aardvark.magnet.at/hp/ October 10th, 1998

File Name: beatnik-plug-in-117.hqx (2088 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1997
From: kari@headspace.com Subject: Beatnik Plug-in update--version 1.1.7 The Beatnik Plug-in is a driver which manages the playback of RMF and other audio files within Web browsers. The greatest strengths of the Beatnik Plug-in are its high fidelity and its potential for interactivity. The sound quality is comparable to high-end PC wavetable sound cards even though the processing is entirely software-based. The potential for interactivity results from Beatnik's support of a comprehensive set of JavaScript functions, which allow for a richer and more personalized musical experience than other multimedia delivery solutions. Beatnik allows a Web page to play music not only on opening, but also on an event such as a "mouse click" or "mouse over." These events can also trigger individual notes, sampled voices, or sound effects; start or stop music; and change tempo, volume, pitch, or mix. This is revolutionary in that it allows and even encourages direct musical interactions with Web pages, instead of the current use of the Internet as a playback-only system. Special requirements: none. Freeware. Uploaded by the author. thank you, kari http://www.headspace.com kari@headspace.com Kari Friedman (415) 373-1155

File Name: betty-bobs-11.hqx (692 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: scottm@best.com (Scott Manelis) Subject: Betty Bobs 1.1 This is my update to iMpactt's Betty Bobs patch. Betty Bobs 1.1 will replace both the sprites and sounds for Bob in your original Marathon files. Version 1.0 was mute, so a need for screams and whimpers lodged itself in my brain. The result is the patch you now hold in your hands. I hold no responsibility for damage to your Mac, social standing, or psyche. send flames or comments to scottm@best.com

File Name: big-splash-16-bit.hqx (760 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Big Splash" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) "Big Splash" Alert Sound Cool off and take a dip with with the "Big Splash" alert sound, a refreshing stereo recording of a big cannon ball-splash into a swimming pool. Great for Summer, bombs away! The "Big Splash" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: big-splash-8-bit.hqx (344 k)
Date: Jul 16, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "Big Splash" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) "Big Splash" Alert Sound Cool off and take a dip with with the "Big Splash" alert sound, a refreshing stereo recording of a big cannon ball-splash into a swimming pool. Great for Summer, bombs away! The "Big Splash" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: birthday-checker-221.hqx (196 k)
Date: Feb 03, 2000
From: "Benno Eberle" Subject: Update:BirthdayChecker 2.2.1 BirthdayChecker is a small and ultra fast program which scans a TEXT-file and searches for birthdays which will be interesting in the next few days. If you put an alias in the startup-folder, your mac will check the birthdays every day for you! The number of days to warn before is adjustable. In the same way you can choose, if you want to use the German-date-format (DD.MM) or the American-format (MM.DD). The header displayed in the birthday window and the width of the window is adjustable, too. Also the maximum number of starts per day. Hope you'll enjoy it! 1.0 First release, works fine with 68k and PPC! 1.1 Will now work with no-color Quickdraw machines such as the MacPlus and SE! 1.2 Added handling routines for the standard Apple-events such as kAEQuitApplication, to have a "clean" shutdown. 1.3 Fixed a little bug in the display procedure. 1.4 Added calculation of age. Added display of date. Now plays the sound asynchronously. Compiled with CW7. 1.5 Added display of the day of week. Window width is now adjustable. Added additional seperators. 1.6 [15.12.95] Fixed a bug so that the automatic termination of the program now works correctly. No longer a Fat version but two seperate versions for both processor types for a better performance and use of memory. Added the "E" option for "European� date format so that English titles can be used the with the "German" date format! Fixed a stupid bug in the age calculation procedure! Fixed a bug which prevented recognition of events occurring in the next year! 2.0 [24.02.96] Partly newly written code. Complete new interface for adjusting parameters. Handling is somewhat more Mac-like! New functions. Minor bugfixes. 2.01 Fixed a silly bug which sometimes bring out a registration box although it is registered. 2.02 New email address. Adjusted ReadMe. Compiled with CW8 2.1 New address. New functions: Choose sound and volume. Remember last window position. Fixed a bug sometimes crushes the sound. Compiled with CW9 2.2 [28.09.97] Added the sorting of the shown entries. Makes entries with date of today bold. Added optional warning time for each entry in the list. 2.2.1 [02.02.2000] New Address. Corrected the display of the date.

File Name: bjg-sounds-2.hqx (5504 k)
Date: Jan 24, 2003
From: Shari Subject: bjg-sounds-2.hqx Add over 300 voice recordings to Blackjack Gold. Voices include Sassy Sal, recorded by a genuine blackjack dealer, and voices for the blackjack players. Share the wins and share the miseries, as they exit the casino telling all of their exploits. Let Sassy Sal entertain you as she wheedles your money into her tray. She's good. And she knows it. Think you can beat her? Test your strategies and see! Shareware $5.99 http://www.gypsyware.com/gold.html

File Name: blade-enc.hqx (820 k)
Date: Nov 10, 2000
From: Petteri Kamppuri Subject: BladeEnc for Mac 1.3 BladeEnc for Mac 1.3 BladeEnc is a free MP3 encoder. It converts AIFF or WAV files to MP3. It features multiple options including many bitrates and drag'n'drop encoding. BladeEnc is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.

File Name: bluejam-skin-15.hqx (20 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: neil.green@freeuk.com Subject: bluejam skin for MacAMP Lite 1.5 bluejam is a predominantly blue skin with orangey bits. It's free, and it's been given 5 stars at the MacAMP skin archive, so it must be good! Feel free to include this file on Info-Mac CD-ROMs.

File Name: book-of-changes-20.hqx (1004 k)
Date: Feb 06, 1999
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: The Book of Changes 2.0 The Book of Changes 2.0 This program is a version of the I Ching. For centuries the I Ching has been used as an oracle to predict the future, and as a source of deep wisdom. The querent asks a question, then drops three coins six times. Each drop determines one line of a hexagram, whether it is solid or broken, moving or unmoving. The resulting six-lined figure is then interpreted. New in version 2.0: --background music --ability to save hexagrams as PICT files --greater flexibility for studying the hexagram before looking it up --fixed typos The Book of Changes 2.0 is $15 shareware. Registration is now handled through Kagi. Note: this version should replace earlier versions in the archive. Brian Kelley mailto:bkelley1@nycap.rr.com CompleatMac Software http://home.nycap.rr.com/compleatmac/

File Name: book-of-changes.hqx (1160 k)
Date: Nov 16, 2000
From: Brian Kelley Subject: The Book of Changes 3.4 The Book of Changes 3.4 This program is a version of the I Ching. For centuries, the I Ching has been used both as an oracle to predict the future, and as a source of deep wisdom. The querent asks a question, then drops three coins six times. Each drop determines one line of a hexagram, whether is solid or broken, moving or unmoving. The resulting six-lined figure is then interpreted. Even if you have no interest in divination, the I Ching can offer valuable insight into your own psyche, shedding light on how you really feel about a problem. New in version 3.4: --added a "Sound" menu for turning the soundtrack on and off Requirements: PowerPC, System 7 or later, 6Mb RAM The Book of Changes is $10 shareware. Note: this version should replace earlier versions in the archive.

File Name: caps-beep-10.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jan 13, 1998
From: support@nisto.com Subject: CapsBeep 1.0 CapsBeep is a control panel that improves the operation of the caps lock key. The "Caps Lock Beep" option provides an unobtrusive warning signal whenever the caps lock key has been activated, alerting users to the change. CapsBeep offers users a choice of between one and three beeps as the warning - and plans are already under way to offer custom sound option alternatives to the standard system beep. The "Shift Reverse" option allows the user to temporarily 'reverse' the caps lock key by pressing the shift key to get lowercase characters. System Requirements * 68020 or better (including PowerPC) * System 7 or Mac OS 8 (has not been tested with System 6) CapsBeep is known to work with US keyboards, but is untested with others. Grant Neufeld http://www.nisto.com/product/caps.html

File Name: caribbean-aol.hqx (1264 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Caribbean Online Sounds (AOL 4.0) Custom sounds for AOL are back! Now you can customize your sounds for AOL 4.0 with the "Caribbean" Online Sounds for AOL 4.0. Turn your online sessions into a relaxing trip to the beaches of the Caribbean... Logon: Calypso music & "Welcome to America Online, Mon!" New Mail: Seagulls & "Look Mon, a message in a bottle!" Buddy Logon: Bongos Buddy Logoff: Bongos Instant Message: Waves crashing File Transfer: Bongos & Shakers Logoff: Calypso music & "So long, Mon, and come again soon." Installation is simple, and step-by-step instructions are included. The "Caribbean" Online Sounds can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site along with numerous other sets of Online sounds and system sounds for Mac at: Custom sounds for AOL are back! Now you can customize your sounds for AOL 4.0 with the "Caribbean" Online Sounds for AOL 4.0. Turn your online sessions into a relaxing trip to the beaches of the Caribbean... Logon: Calypso music & "Welcome to America Online, Mon!" New Mail: Seagulls & "Look Mon, a message in a bottle!" Buddy Logon: Bongos Buddy Logoff: Bongos Instant Message: Waves crashing File Transfer: Bongos & Shakers Logoff: Calypso music & "So long, Mon, and come again soon." Installation is simple, and step-by-step instructions are included. The "Caribbean" Online Sounds can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site along with numerous other sets of Online sounds and system sounds for Mac at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/ This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: cassandra-02.hqx (360 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1997
From: azeldis@wesleyan.edu (M. Papillon) Subject: Cassandra - fortune for the Mac! Cassandra displays a small, unobtrusive floating window with a random fortune. It picks a file from any Unix fortune or bongo-bob style files in the "Fortunes" folder within the preferences folder. No sounds. No dialogs. Just your fortune. It is an application, based on Matt Slot's time-tested appe Windows code, which means no conflicts. Just stick it in your startup items and have a chuckle whenever you turn on your mac.

File Name: cd-namer-209.hqx (156 k)
Date: Oct 16, 1996
From: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch (Christoph Schaffhauser) Subject: CD-Namer 2.0.9 Sent: 16 October 1996 With CD-Namer v.2.0.9 you can edit the entries of your Audio CDs of the program AppleCD-Audio which is part of the system 7.0. You can also import and export entries from other CD databases. Christoph Schaffhauser Tel: +41 (0)61 751 23 42 DarkEagle Software EMail: cschaffhauser@datacomm.ch http://www.datacomm.ch/darkeagl/

File Name: clicker-451.hqx (136 k)
Date: Jun 05, 1998
From: mk@tix.ch Subject: Clicker 4.5.1 Clicker enables you to assign a sound effect to mouse clicks and keystrokes. Plus, it counts the number of mouse/key clicks and lets you use your own sounds. Note: please remove Clicker 4.2 (clicker-42.hqx in /cfg), since it's outdated and shall be replaced with this version.

File Name: clicker-46.hqx (128 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1998
From: mk@tix.ch Subject: Clicker 4.6 Clicker is a program which plays sounds whenever you press the mouse button or a key. It also counts the number of mouse clicks and keystrokes you make. This version includes a caps lock warning beep.

File Name: coaster-106.hqx (380 k)
Date: Apr 11, 2000
From: Justin Lemal Subject: submission Coaster is a Direct-to-Disk Audio Recording Software for Macintosh (68k) computers (68020 and higher). It creates files in uncompressed AIFF format, suitable for processing in Sample Editing Software or burning Audio CDs using e.g. Toast.

File Name: cosmic-rocker-16-bit.hqx (1040 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: "Clixsounds" Subject: "Cosmic Rocker" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz) Rock into the future with the "Cosmic Rocker" alert sound, a hi-fidelity stereo recording of a space age-sounding electric guitar. The guitar plays a 3-note upward scale progression with a wah effect and subtle stereo delay, creating a short, attention-grabbing sound The "Cosmic Rocker" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: cosmic-rocker-8-bit.hqx (420 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: "Clixsounds" Subject: "Cosmic Rocker" Alert Sound (8-bit/22kHz) Rock into the future with the "Cosmic Rocker" alert sound, a hi-fidelity stereo recording of a space age-sounding electric guitar. The guitar plays a 3-note upward scale progression with a wah effect and subtle stereo delay, creating a short, attention-grabbing sound The "Cosmic Rocker" alert beep is available in both 16-bit/44.1kHz and 8-bit/22.5kHz versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: country-song-generator-101.hqx (176 k)
Date: Oct 25, 2004
From: Michael Hanna Subject: Country Song Generator 1.01 - generates amusing song lyrics I wrote Country Song Generator to give myself practice using Apple's Foundation classes(Cocoa). It is an application that will randomly-generate lyrics to a country song. It is based on ANSI C code by an unknown author. It is freeware. This is a small update to fix a display bug in the program. Product Page: http://www.siddha.ca/software/15/country-song-generator Author Email: michaelkhanna@gmail.com Requirements: Mac OS X 10.0 or later

File Name: cs-recorder-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jul 30, 1997
From: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Subject: CS Recorder 1.0 CS Recorder 1.0 - CS Recorder is a freeware Control Strip module. It will allow you to record and listen to sound messages, very easily. You can specify in the preferences the recording quality. All messages are saved in a CS Recorder messages folder based in your Preferences system folder. They are regular sound system files, so you can also double click on it to listen them. It�s completely free. Have fun with CS Recorder. Email: jeanpe@club-internet.fr Site: http://perso.club-internet.fr/jeanpe/

File Name: daxaif-10b1.hqx (100 k)
Date: Feb 20, 1999
From: dak@dakx.com Subject: daxaif update I have just become aware (from dejanews) of your Feb 6th news posting of daxaif. Sorry for not sending this update to you before now, but looking at the modification dates on the various info-mac mirror sites it appeared you haven't been adding any programs since last August. If people are still expecting updated ftp versions from info-mac, you should know that the original posting to you will fail with any but the simplest AIFF files. I corrected the version at my site http://www.dakx.com/daxaif/daxaif.sea.hqx two days after the original post when the first bug reports came in. (fyi, so far about 200 download referrals from download.com and hitsquad.com) The non-beta version is much much better (does direct CD import) and is ready to release as soon as I get enough feedback to know there are no major bugs. So it may not be worth posting this daxaif1.0b1 update to your ftp sites, if download probabilities are small anyway.

File Name: daxaif-10.hqx (128 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: dak@dakx.com Subject: daxaif 1.0 lossless audio compression daxaif - lossless audio compression Accepts uncompressed 8 or 16 bit WAVE, AIFF, or CD audio tracks of any length, number of channels, or sampling frequency. Fast, lossless, ~2x compression for average music. The compressed ".dax" file format supports a convenient graphical interface for the selection and cropping of audio passages, for replay or expansion back to AIFF. Features customizable display colors and an animated background replay mode. Fully functional fat binary. US$20 shareware. Home page http://dakx.com/daxaif

File Name: deskbot-codi1.hqx (424 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: griffin@twcny.rr.com Subject: DeskBot CoDi1 CoDi-1 is the newest addition to the DeskBots family and is the first DeskBot to offer genuine functionality! Not only is CoDi an annoying chatterbox like the other 'bots, but he's also a no-frills audio CD player featuring play, pause, stop, next track, previous track, and eject buttons. CoDi has a completely new interface, plenty of new wisecracks and is even smart enough to shut up while you're listening to your favorite music. CoDi-1 is a free add-on for registered DeskBots users. DeskBots 1.6 is required to use this personality. For more information, please visit the Black Magik Software website at: http://www.blackmagik.com

File Name: deskbot-nemo.hqx (816 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: griffin@twcny.rr.com Subject: DeskBot NEMO NEMO is a new addition to the DeskBots family with a new "retro" look, new sounds, and over 100 completely new phrases. NEMO is a free add-on for registered DeskBots users and requires DeskBots 1.6. For more information, please visit the Black Magik Software website at: http://www.blackmagik.com

File Name: deskbots-161.hqx (2016 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: griffin@twcny.rr.com Subject: DeskBots 1.6.1 DeskBots - take the HAL 9000, mix in some Talking Moose, a little Buggs Bunny, a Stooge or three, plus a whole lot of attitude and what do you get? DeskBots, the robotic talking desktop companions! Your DeskBot will refer to you (and your friends and family!) by name! It will offer "helpful" computing advice, warn you of impending doom, alert you to the presence of excess matter in the universe, and generally do everything it can to distract you from productivity. DeskBots has been described as "artificial artificial-intelligence" and "riotous fun", and has even received a five-mouse rating from ZDNet's Macdownload.com! Give DeskBots a try today - once you do, your Mac just won't seem the same without it! DeskBots is shareware ($15.00) and requires a 68030 or faster processor, MacOS 7.5 or higher, and Apple's PlainTalk Text-to-Speech software. Speakers and a monitor capable of displaying thousands of colors are recommended but not required.

File Name: deskbots-phrase-editor-11.hqx (276 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: griffin@twcny.rr.com Subject: DeskBots Phrase Editor 1.1 DPE is a very basic text editor that allows you to send text, which includes DeskBots tags, directly to the DeskBots application so that you can instantly hear exactly how your phrases will sound when spoken by your 'bot. DPE even features a handy popup menu to quickly insert DeskBots tags. You can also use DPE to play MadLibs with your 'bot! DPE is free to registered Deskbots users and requires DeskBots 1.5 or higher. For more information, please visit the Black magik Software website at: http://www.blackmagik.com

File Name: dgen-114.hqx (348 k)
Date: Jul 03, 1999
From: "Richard Bannister" titan@indigo.ie Subject: DGen: - dolid Genesis/Megadrive emulator for the Macintosh Solid Genesis/Megadrive emulator for the Macintosh. Rather slow (G3 is needed for best results) but it features full sound support, as well as raster effects emulation. Freeware. (PPC only - G3 recommended).

File Name: digital-snd-machine-api-10.hqx (448 k)
Date: Jan 05, 1997
From: demos@komkon.org (Dmitry Boldyrev) Subject: DSM API v1.0 Welcome to the world of digital music. Digital Sound Machine (further referred to as DSM) is a musical system that allows you to add music to your software such as games, demos, etc. DSM is distributed as FREEWARE, although, you should read the LICENSE provided with the package before using it. Although, no documentation is provided, the examples provided with the package are very self-explanatory. If you are still having troubles understanding the contents, please feel free to e-mail me directly at: demos@komkon.org I will be more than happy to help you with your problem. This is the first official public release of the library v1.0, and thus, may not support some of the features that you would like to use, therefore, I am begging you to notify me what features you would like to see in the further releases. DSM API v1.0 features include: o 44/33/22/11 kHz mixing mode o SmartMix for better task scheduling o Linear Interpolation (lerping) for better sound quality o Surround Sound o 256-position panning o Two separate software and hardware volume controls o 32-Bit mixer o S3M/MTM/MOD/669/FAR format support o Intuitive C++ API I would like to thank Leviathan and Kosmic for providing high- quality music to our community. I included a sample song from him called 'JOURNEY'. Thank you for your interest in DSM, I hope you will enjoy the package. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Dmitry Boldyrev

File Name: doom-2-sound-add-ons.hqx (648 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Alastair@DeathsDoor.Com (Alastair Montgomery) Subject: Doom2 Sound Addons Hi Mac Doomer, Here are some cool sound effects addon's for MacDoom2. Makes playing Doom and deathmatching a whole lot more fun. Alastair Montgomery Alastair@DeathsDoor.com

File Name: duck-donny.hqx (876 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: theDuck@duck.com Subject: Duck Donny Requirements: Mac OS 8.0 or later. Duck Donny is a small application that will present the head of a duck and recite lines from the Donny episode of Just Shoot Me. Lines include, "My pants are tight", "Chicken Pot Pie song (long version)", and "Chicken Pot Pie song (short version)". Directions for use: Click and go. All hail the duck.

File Name: duck-gross.hqx (124 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: theDuck@duck.com Subject: Duck Gross Requirements: Mac OS 8.0 or later. Duck Gross is a small application that will present the head of a duck and make inappropriate sounds. Directions for use: Click and go. All hail the duck.

File Name: duck-shut-up-little-man.hqx (128 k)
Date: Jan 27, 2000
From: theDuck@duck.com Subject: Duck Shut Up Little Man Requirements: Mac OS 8.0 or later. Duck Shut Up Little Man is a small application that will present the head of a duck and recite lines from the secretly recorded "Shut Up, Little Man" series of taped arguements/conversations featuring Peter and Ray (two notorious old alcoholics who lived in San Fransisco years ago - but who now are dead). Official Shut Up, Little Man website: http://members.aol.com/leesausage/shut_up.html Directions for use: Click and go. All hail the duck.

File Name: easy-mail-25.hqx (372 k)
Date: Aug 17, 1999
From:arvid Subject:E(asy)-mail E(asy)-mail is a powerful and easy to use application for sending mail via the SMTP protocol and read mail via the POP3 protocol online. This might sound regular but E(asy)-mail doesn't have its own preferences, it uses Internet Config or the Internet control-panel for its setup. That means that E(asy)-mail uses the setup you already have in Internet Config and puts that information in the fields where it's necessary. So no hard setup. -- a.r.v.i.d . a.n.d.e.r.s.s.o.n http://surf.to/macs http://surf.to/aap

File Name: eliza-60.hqx (120 k)
Date: Feb 16, 1996
From: TomBB@aol.com Subject: Eliza 6.0 KEYWORDS: TEXT, EDIT, EDITOR, STYLE, WORD, MACINTALK, SPEECH, SPEECH MANAGER, PLAINTALK, ELIZA, AI, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, DEEP PLATINUM. Enjoy a rousing conversation with your Mac. Eliza will play the part of a psychologist, conducting an open-ended clinical interview. As the patient, you can get Eliza's opinions and advice on a wide range of subjects. Eliza has a large vocabulary and the ability to formulate a virtually unlimited number of responses. ...and if you have Apple's Speech Manager (PlainTalk), you can actually watch and listen as Eliza responds, making this an excellent demonstration of the Speech Manager's capabilities! Version 6.0 allows you to choose the gender of your therapist (male or female "talking head"). I say "Eliza" sounds like a male name, however the rest of the English-speaking world disagrees. You decide. Also, this version features several significant improvements in the response algorithms. Eliza can function as a bare bones text editor. (For a full-featured text editor, try my program Tex-Edit Plus!) Please notify me (TomBB) if you find any bugs or have suggestions for improvements. Eliza is ShareWare. The registration fee is $5. The source code is available to registered users. (See the enclosed documentation or the 'About...' dialog box.)

File Name: etktab-30.hqx (884 k)
Date: Mar 18, 2003
From: Jason Sonnenschein Subject: eTktab 3.0: an intuitive guitar tablature editor URL: http://etktab.sourceforge.net eTktab is an ASCII tablature editor for 4/5/6 stringed instruments. Features include: 30 fretboard positions available by single keypress, lyrics, expression marks, solo/chord tab entry modes, and custom guitar tunings and keybindings. The program is freeware and runs on Mac, Windows, and Unix

File Name: etktab-30-x.hqx (2728 k)
Date: Mar 18, 2003
From: Jason Sonnenschein Subject: eTktab 3.0: an intuitive guitar tablature editor URL: http://etktab.sourceforge.net eTktab is an ASCII tablature editor for 4/5/6 stringed instruments. Features include: 30 fretboard positions available by single keypress, lyrics, expression marks, solo/chord tab entry modes, and custom guitar tunings and keybindings. The program is freeware and runs on Mac, Windows, and Unix

File Name: eudora-pro-snd-replacer-v4.hqx (184 k)
Date: May 15, 1996
From: (Jeff Click) clix@ionet.net Subject: Female Eudora PRO Snd Replacer v4 The Female "Email Sound Replacer v4" is a utility that automatically replaces your boring stock sounds that play when your electronic messages have been retrieved. Version 4 contains an attractive, yet professional-sounding female voice in stereo that says "Your New Email Is Waiting." It sounds great on any Macintosh, and now you can hear it every time you have new email. The Email Sound Replacer v4 is available for Claris Emailer, Eudora Lite and Eudora PRO. All three versions are available in both stereo 16-bit/44kHz and 8-bit/22kHz samples. The 8-bit versions can be downloaded here, but the 16-bit versions are available only at the Clixsounds WWW site at: http://www.edmondsun.com/clix/ The replacer for Claris Emailer and Eudora Lite are automatic sound replacers that simply require your dragging and dropping your emailer program on top of the updater. Please note: You may want to apply the updater to a copy of your emailer program to make sure you wish to keep it, as you cannot undo the replacement. Please refer to the enclosed instructions for more detailed information and assistance. The Eudora Pro version can be used with any other email program that allows user selection of system 7 sounds as email notification sounds. To use the sound, simply drag the file to your closed System Folder, allowing it to be placed into the system file. Then select the sound through your settings as your new email sound. For more information, read the enclosed instructions. Clixsounds can be reached at: Internet: clix@ionet.net America Online: CLIXSOUNDS

File Name: fine-vol.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 26, 1999
From:Ben Hines Subject:Fine Volume Control Strip This control strip module lets you set the Audio CD volume to some lower levels than "1" without fiddling with the innacurate slider in the AppleCD Audio Player. Web Page: http://members.tripod.com/~tunnels/mac.html It is freeware and may be included in any CDs or Archives as long as the readme is included. -Ben Hines

File Name: fun-keys-15.hqx (180 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: LOTTSIM@aol.com Subject: FunKeys 1.5 FunKeys Version 1.5 Copyright (C) 1996-97 by Alex Rampell FunKeys is an incredibly useful utility for the Macintosh. What FunKeys allows you to do, basically, is "program" those function keys on the top of your keyboard to do things. (The keys F1, F2, F3, F4, etc. They are only on extended keyboards, which most Macs have). Most of us Mac users never even use those things, as they are unsupported by many programs; FunKeys not only gives them a use, but it also makes them really useful. With FunKeys installed, you can program all 15 of them to either open files/applications, execute AppleScripts, envoke macros (FKEYs), or even type text. For example, F1 can open America On-Line, F2 can open Microsoft Word, F3 can turn off the sound, F4 can quit all open applications, and F5 can type "Sincererely yours." It's entirely up to you. In order to take advantage of the AppleScript functions, you will need to have System 7.5 or later installed; otherwise, you can simply use FunKeys to open your favorite applications and FKEYs at a blast. Hundreds of FKEYs are freely available from sources such as America On-Line, Info-Mac, and other Mac software sites. FKEYs have normally been installed to Command-Shift-x keys. FunKeys can also switch over to a certain application if it is already running. And, best of all, you can still use the Function Keys for their regular uses, at the same time that FunKeys is running. Version 1.5 adds many new features, such as the ability to open any kind of file, not just applications. This includes Control Panels, Documents, and Sounds---everything. It also allows different Function Keys to type text.

File Name: generator-003.hqx (392 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1999
From: Richard Bannister titan@indigo.ie Subject: Generator - Sega Genesis/Megadrive emulator Sega Genesis/Megadrive emulator for the Macintosh. Reasonable compatibility and feature range, albeit it does not have sound support. It is quite fast and should run well on 100MHz+ PowerMacs. Freeware. (PPC only).

File Name: gr-30-editor-11-68k.hqx (276 k)
Date: Feb 27, 1999
From: esaki@bc.mbn.or.jp Subject: GR-30_Editor_1.1_68K "GR-30 Editor" is patch editor for Roland "GR-30" Guitar Synthesizer. -- Shinsuke Esaki

File Name: graveyard.hqx (1016 k)
Date: Apr 01, 1998
From: filmman@pacificnet.net Subject: graveyard Hitler's Graveyard is a scenario for Wolfenstein 3D (3rd Encounter or full commercial version) featuring new sounds and graphics. Laz

File Name: gs-notemaker.hqx (96 k)
Date: Nov 23, 1999
From: jonrelay@napanet.net Subject: Gammasoft NoteMaker This program lets you make music. This uses the HyperCard play command. Very little support is included for polyphonics, and even this support doesn't work. Song samples are included. This file requires the Gammasoft Runtime Engine. If you don't have the Gammasoft Runtime Engine, you can download it from this server or, if you have MacOS Easy Open enabled, use the HyperCard Player instead. When you decompress this folder, be sure to put it in the same folder as the Main Menu file. Also put an alias of the NoteMaker file in the `Data folder. Make sure the alias doesn't have an " alias" suffix or a space after it's name.

File Name: guitar-prompter-100.hqx (848 k)
Date: Feb 19, 2005
From: Michael Hanna Subject: GuitarPrompter 1.0.0 - performs live scrolling of tablature files to audio Use GuitarPrompter to perform live scrolling through your guitar tablature while playing the song's sound file at the same time. GuitarPrompter also has a Web Search feature, which will allow you to download tablature files instantly to your computer. Use the Loop Mode to play a segment of the song repeatedly. Shareware $10USD Product Page: http://siddha.ca/software/20/guitarprompter Author Email: michaelkhanna@gmail.com Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or later

File Name: harmony.hqx (3492 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: info@myriad-online.com Subject: Harmony Harmony Assistant - is an useful software for computer-assisted tunes writing and composition. Its harmonizing capabilities enable the composer to build quickly and efficiently accompanied tunes, with multiple instruments and drum background.

File Name: harus-beep-10.hqx (460 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 10 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-1.hqx (148 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 1 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-2.hqx (516 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 2 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-3.hqx (396 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 3 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-4.hqx (496 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 4 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-5.hqx (508 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 5 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-6.hqx (588 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 6 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-7.hqx (592 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 7 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-8.hqx (476 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 8 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: harus-beep-9.hqx (664 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2001
From: Haruhiko Nakasu Subject: Haru's Beep Sounds No. 9 These sounds are able to use for system sounds. When you put sounds into 'System', System can recognize these Sounds. These files are Freewares. You may freely copy and redistribute it. Have Fun! Home Page: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn5h-nks/

File Name: hdbrowser.hqx (684 k)
Date: Aug 26, 1999
From: Fabio Valeri Subject: Abstract HDBrowser Abstract HDBrowser ( Category Utilities) HDBrowser is a powerful tool that lets you navigate within your hard drive previewing images, text files, sounds and movies and launch applications directly within HDBrowser. You can check out file attributes (name,type, creator, visibility, lock,...) and modify them. HDBrowser supports Drag & Drop and it has been tested under MacOS 8.5 and upper. Works with 68K and PPC. Marcello Valeri

File Name: installer-observer.hqx (1228 k)
Date: Aug 11, 1999
From:Zachary Schneirov Subject:Installer Observer 2.0.1 Installer Observer is a program designed to aid users in determining exactly what an installer has done to their system. It will report new files, files that have been removed, and files that have been changed. Installer Observer is completely free and can be distributed freely, provided that the ReadMe file is included with it. New in version 2.0.1: -Resizes correctly when in 640 x 480 resolution New in version 2.0: -Faster by many orders of magnitude -Option to scan entire system folder or only certain folders -Create folder sets for scanning -Complete interface overhaul -Greatly improved Observations window -Many bugs fixed -Option to ignore new/removed/changed aliases -Sounds

File Name: intercom-hc.hqx (100 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1996
From: cindy@halcyon.com (Cindy M. Carney) Subject: Intercom! Intercom! is a "poor man's" voice intercom, usable by any machine that is capable of running HyperCard 2.1. It offers "near real-time" text AND voice communications, for those with older Macintoshes that don't have AV capability. It allows people to send voice and/or text messages over an Appletalk network, by recording a sound in HyperCard, saving it to a file, and copying the file over the network. When it hits its destination, the file is automatically opened, and the sound automatically played. This creates a "near real-time" environment, that is quite acceptable for those with lower-end Macintoshes. -- Cindy M. Carney cindy@halcyon.com

File Name: ipod-itunes-250.hqx (680 k)
Date: Feb 28, 2004
From: cris Subject: iPod.iTunes 2.5 *** What does it do? Unlike other iPod copy tools, iPod.iTunes provides real synchronization of MP3/AAC/Audible tracks and even playlists entries from your iPod(s) to your Mac(s). iPod.iTunes saves your time because it automatically only copies those tracks which are missing in the iTunes library, excluding duplicates. If you wish, it provides also an option to show a list of tracks which are not in iTunes and to copy only desired tracks from that list. iPod.iTunes can be used to - Keep music and playlists on different Macs up to date - Do a full restore of tracks and playlists - i.e. after a hard disk failure - Revert accident deletion of tracks and/or playlists, if these are still on your iPod - Clone an iPod - Transfer an entire music library from one Mac to another via the iPod Tracks and playlist entries can be synchronized together or separately. If the tracks on the iPod already in the iTunes library and you only want the playlists, you can use the playlist synchronization alone. With every synchronization iPod.iTunes creates a date&time stamped iTunes playlist containing the tracks which were copied. This gives the option to easily add those tracks to existing playlists or to create new playlists from the transferred tracks. *** Requirements Mac OS 10.1.2 - 10.3.2 iTunes 2.0.4 - 4.2 iPod firmware 1.0 - 2.1 *** Links Homepage: http://www.crispSofties.com/ Readme: http://www.crispSofties.com/i.i/index.html Download: http://www.crispsofties.com/i.i/ipod_itunes.dmg

File Name: istream-142.hqx (940 k)
Date: Jun 12, 2001
From: Michael Juarez Subject: iStream1.4.2.sit.hqx - MP3 Streaming Server Introducing iStream, the new innovation in the internet-music industry. Finally, using an internet connection and your Macintosh, you can stream music to hundreds of listeners (permitting your Mac is powerful enough) in CD quality sound. Your chance to own your own radio station is literally right now. With the introduction of iStream from Arctic Software, anybody can become their own DJ. System Requirements: MacOS 8.1 or Higher Direct Internet Connection 6MB Hard Drive Space 45MB of Physical Memory Company: Arctic Software http://www.arcticsw.com/ Distribution Contact: Matt Hunter matt@arcticsw.com

File Name: itunes-dupes-barrier-101.hqx (1936 k)
Date: Oct 24, 2004
From: Giuseppe Giunto Subject: iTunesDupesBarrier101.hqx Description iTunes Dupes Barrier allows you to search the duplicate songs inside the iTunes and iPod songs' databases. What's new Fixed a bug that crashed iTunes Dupes Barrier when the restart iTunes option was chosen. Fixed a bug where iTunes Dupes Barrier did not recognize the correct iTunes version. Requirements OS X 10.3 or later. iTunes 4.0 or later. Distribution iTunes Dupes Barrier is distributed as freeware. Web Home page: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com The direct links are: http://www.hyperbolicsoftware.com/programs/iTunesDupesBarrier101.sit ftp://ftp.hyperbolicsoftware.com/iTunesDupesBarrier101.sit

File Name: jared-butcher-of-mp3.hqx (128 k)
Date: Oct 17, 1999
From: Ian Lynch Smith Subject: Jared Butcher of MP3 v.1.0 Jared Butcher of MP3 v.1.0 >From the makers of Burning Monkey Solitaire�, Virtual Viagra and Deathground� comes a new JARED�. Simply drag an MP3 file onto the little yellow head, and JARED butcher your MP3. You will find no equals in suck-i-ness! Download the original JARED and other toys at: http://www.freeverse.com/freeverse/toys/ >From the liner notes of Jared's first album, "Touching you, Touching me... touching you again." While Central America has seen more than its share of atrocities in recent years; never before has a lovely Guatemalan folk song been brutalized as thoroughly as by the vocal stylings of JARED, the Head of Security at FREEVERSE SOFTWARE. Like an angry Immigration officer, Jared's distinctive rendition grabs us, slaps us around, threatens to cavity search us and ultimately demands our passport be issued from that same circle of hell from which his voice originates. Never has the mating of cats sounded so melodic as after one has listened to "El Carnicero de Canciones." the "Butcher of Songs," as Jared was known in Guatemala. Yet, this is perhaps the worst part, one is somehow drawn to his song, playing it over and over again. So listen to, "Shayla-uuugh", and suffer -- for this is art. www.freeverse.com

File Name: jerrys-cd-beeps.hqx (3052 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1999
From: kindall@manual.com Subject: Jerry's CD Beeps Jerry's CD Beeps (Vol. 1) is a FREE collection of seventeen short sounds suitable for use as system beeps. These CD-quality (16-bit, 44.1KHz) files are stored as System 7 sounds, so installing them is as simple as dropping them on the System Folder and letting the Finder put them where they belong. Hope you enjoy them! Visit http://www.manual.com/freebies.html for more fun free stuff. File: jerrys.cd-beeps-vol-1.hqx (uploaded to FTP site) -- Jerry Kindall Manual Labor "We wrote the book!"

File Name: jerrys-cd-beeps-vol-1.hqx (3052 k)
Date: Jun 24, 1999
From: kindall@manual.com Subject: Jerry's CD Beeps Jerry's CD Beeps (Vol. 1) is a FREE collection of seventeen short sounds suitable for use as system beeps. These CD-quality (16-bit, 44.1KHz) files are stored as System 7 sounds, so installing them is as simple as dropping them on the System Folder and letting the Finder put them where they belong. Hope you enjoy them! Visit http://www.manual.com/freebies.html for more fun free stuff. File: jerrys.cd-beeps-vol-1.hqx (uploaded to FTP site) -- Jerry Kindall Manual Labor "We wrote the book!"

File Name: joes-macdoom-2-wads.hqx (348 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: Alastair@DeathsDoor.com (Alastair Montgomery) Subject: Joe's MacDoom2 Wads Hi Mac Doom2 Players, I have got my friend's totally cool deathmatch levels for you to download. A lot of time has when into designing and play testing these so expect the best quality. Warning some of the new sounds effects contain bad langauge, don't download if you are offended by this. Requirements : Macintosh Doom 2, Stuffit Expander. Alastair. - Alastair@DeathsDoor.Com http://www.netforward.com/deathsdoor/?alastair

File Name: just-ogg-101.hqx (584 k)
Date: Feb 08, 2004
From: "mark white" Subject: JustOgg_1.0.1 JustOgg 1.0.1 is a ogg vorbis decoder for PPC macs. JustOgg can play ogg files and decode ogg files to aiff and wave files. A 68k (68040 cpu) version of the ogg to aiff/wav file is also included. -Requirements: PPC. 68k (68040) for ogg to aiff/wav. SoundManager 3.0 (SoundManager 3.2.1 and higher recommended). MacOS 7.1 with Drag and Drop 1.1 and Finder 7.1.3 (MacOS 7.5 and higher recommended). Mark White markau0@lycos.com

File Name: kant-generator-pro-131-c.hqx (440 k)
Date: Jun 29, 1995
From: f8dy@netaxs.com Subject: Kant Generator Pro 1.3.1 source code Date: Wed, 28 Jun 1995 20:56:54 -0400 (EDT) Kant Generator Pro 1.3.1 generates endless amounts of pseudo-Kantian gibberish based on the vocabulary and sentence structure of Immanual Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason." You can also create your own generation modules to generate anything you like. Several sample modules are included. Copyright (c) 1994-5, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details. Improvements since 1.2: added scripting support, added Speech Manager support, added Swedish Kant module, added background music, and more.

File Name: kellys-player-20.hqx (1288 k)
Date: Dec 07, 2001

File Name: keychain-cat-10.hqx (316 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1997
From: jimplan@aol.com Subject: Keychain Cat v1.0 Keychain Cat v1.0 Now you can have a Keychain Cat on your Macintosh. Here is a cat that needs someone to take care off him. Will you feed and play with him? Keep an eye out for fleas and tend to your cat when he takes ill. Keychain cat loves to play and is looking for someone to be his owner. You can feed your cat dry and wet food. Make sure that your cat gets plenty of exercise by encouraging him to play with his ball and string. Apply flea spray to your feline friend when the fleas start appearing and give him medicine when he gets sick. Keychain Cat is a virtual pet that eats, sleeps, plays, and let�s you know when he needs attention. Are you ready to own a KeyChain Cat? System requirements- 68040 or PowerPC Processor Approximately 750k Free RAM Approximately 600k hard drive space Color monitor capable of displaying 16 bit (thousands of colors) System 7 or later Sound Manager 3.0 or later

File Name: kinky-beep-202.hqx (416 k)
Date: Apr 18, 2001
From: Ken-ichiro Hidaka Subject: KinkyBeepII 2.0.2 - The Sound Synthesizer - KinkyBeepII is a synthesizer to create the various sounds. It is suitable to make the sound effects or the system alert sounds. You can create dynamic, weird, wiggly, or natural sound, etc., with an easy operation. You don't need the special knowledge. And you can use the sounds that you make as alert sound for Macintosh, sound effects for multimedia works and musical works, or can edit with other sound editor, because you can save the sounds as system sounds. You'll also find the sample files in this package. Requires MacOS 8 or later. PPC only. Virus checked by Norton AntiVirus ver.6.0.2. on 2001/4/5.

File Name: lemmings-122-updt.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: (Scott Shertzer) sshertzer@aristotle.net Subject: Lemmings Updater 1.2.2 This patch is for Lemmings, which will allow sound to be played on PowerMacs where before there was no sound.

File Name: m2-hardcore-sounds.hqx (6760 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1997
From: tt1m@flash.net Subject: M2 HardCore Sounds Please find attached the Stuffited file M2 HardCore Sounds. In the tradition of the Original HardCore Sounds I have finally made a sequel. The favor of a reply saying "It made it through okay" or "We didn't get it" is politely requested. Thank you and good day, FRANK

File Name: macintosh-tracker-12-c.hqx (572 k)
Date: May 08, 1994
From: tomlaw@world.std.com (Thomas R. Lawrence) Subject: MacTrackerSource1.20.cpt.hqx Date: Sun, 8 May 1994 10:33:34 -0400 This is the source code for the Macintosh Tracker MOD player. It includes Macintosh source to Marc Espie's Tracker 4.0 and examples of how to call Frank Seide's Sound-Trecker and Antoine Rosset's MADF-Library routines. Project files were created with THINK C 6.0. Direct all correspondence to: Thomas R. Lawrence tomlaw@world.std.com

File Name: mackie-midi-automation.hqx (4 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1994
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 1994 09:10:56 -0700 From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: Mackie Midi Automation for Mac's --========================_15148053==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is a description of the MIDI automation coming from Mackie and the Mac Software to control it. Please place it in the sound/midi area. Thanks Matt Mora --========================_15148053==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="NWOTTO.TXT" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="NWOTTO.TXT"

File Name: mac-midi-interface-diy.hqx (120 k)
Date: Nov 02, 1994
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 94 11:13:49 0000 From: Atlantis Subject: None Hello, enclosed you will find the description to construct a Mac to MIDI interface. I have used the previously described schematic of Dale W. King. Here it's a little bit for a more "practical" use. \|/ @ @ -------------------------------------oOO-(_)-OOo---------------------------- Jean-Luc Evrard | Institut de Biologie | Moleculaire des Plantes E-Mail: Jean-Luc@atlantis.u-strasbg.fr | CNRS - Strasbourg - FRANCE

File Name: mac-minder-12b.hqx (708 k)
Date: Jan 06, 2000
From: Warren Furman Subject: MacMinder 1.2b MacMinder is a fun and user-friendly appointments book that will alert you with sounds or speech to upcoming appointments, birthdays, etc each time you start your computer. It also contains a securable diary, an alert to let you know when your extensions have loaded and a log for archiving old appointments. WRFdigitals furmsoft@kagi.com http://wrf-digitals.hypermart.net

File Name: mac-to-midi-interface.hqx (120 k)
Date: Nov 16, 1994
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 94 11:31:54 0000 From: Atlantis Subject: Mac to MIDI interface Hi, You will find attached a new version of mac-midi-interface-diy.hqx. It contains a comment of the conceptor of the Mac to MIDI schematic. \|/ @ @ -------------------------------------oOO-(_)-OOo---------------------------- Jean-Luc Evrard | Institut de Biologie | Moleculaire des Plantes E-Mail: Jean-Luc@atlantis.u-strasbg.fr | CNRS - Strasbourg - FRANCE

File Name: maelstrom-ggl-snds.hqx (780 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: godai@execpc.com (B. Shigenaka) Subject: Glengarry Glen Ross Sounds for Maelstrom 1.4.1 Glengarry Glen Ross Sounds for Maelstrom 1.4.1 Compiled By Brad Shigenaka Released September 1996 These are sounds extracted from the movie, Glengarry Glen Ross, and added to the Maelstrom Sounds file. I compiled these sounds about a year ago using cables led from my laserdisc player to my PowerBook 165. It didn't occur to me until recently that there might be some other GGR fans out there who might get a kick out of these sounds, so I apologize for the delay in sending this out. To use, back up your Maelstrom Sounds file and replace it with the one included in this archive. Make sure to have the sound turned down low the first time you use the file, unless those around you are used to incredible levels of profanity spilling from your computer speakers. Please check the Read Me file for further info. Brad

File Name: maelstrom-marathon-sounds.hqx (320 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: dwebb@cdsnet.net (The End!) Subject: Maelstrom_Sounds-Mara

File Name: marathon-snd-transport-101.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 16:24:09 -0500 From: bdurand@artic.edu (Brian Durand) Subject: Marathon Sound Transporter 1.0.1 This is a nice little program to help the multitudes out there who want to make and distribute customized sounds for the game Marathon by Bungie Software. Basically, it lets you select a resource file, select the sounds from that file that you want to distibute, and then make a little self-running installer program which you can distribute which will install the sounds in the Marathon Sounds file. No more trying to explain in 25 words or less where to get or how to use ResEdit. The installer programs you make have the ability to let the user select only certain sounds to be installed, play the sounds before they get installed, and even play the original sound from the Marathon Sounds file they will be patching. This version will not allow you to create sound installers that don't contain any sounds (that was appearing to be a problem).

File Name: matrix-maker-302.hqx (200 k)
Date: Mar 13, 1999
From: jbmelby@advancenet.net Subject: Matrix maker 3.0.2 My program, "Matrix maker 3.0.1" (formerly listed in the "gst/sound/" directory) has for some reason vanished, as far as I can tell, from the Info-Mac archive. This message is to inform you that I am resubmitting it, with a very minor update, as Matrix maker 3.0.2--this time as a CompactPro archive, since so many people are running into problems with v 5.x of StuffIt Expander. The resubmission is going out concurrently with this message. I would appreciate it if you could make sure that this new version of the program is posted. Thanks, John Melby

File Name: mcd-11.hqx (1012 k)
Date: Jun 03, 1999
From: rudis@mindless.com Subject: Music Chart Downloader v1.1 Music Chart Downloader v1.1 --------------------------- http://members.home.net:80/rsxsolutions/mcd.html This is a little program I whipped up to make MP3 server running a little easier. What it does is it connects to the websites of several music chart pages, downloads them, parses them, and displays them in neat little tables or easy viewing. Charts currently supported: Much Music Top 30 (http://www.muchmusic.com) Rick Dee's Top 40 (http://www.rick.com) Billboard Hot 50 (http://www.billboard.com) All of the above charts were working with this version of M.C. Downloader as of 05/13/99. If you know of other music charts you would like to see included in future versions of M.C. Downloader, feel free to send me their URLs to rudis@mindless.com. BROUGHT TO YOU BY RSX SOLUTIONS For more great software, custom web design and more, visit our website at http://members.home.net:80/rsxsolutions VERSION NOTES: -------------- v1.1 (05/13/99) - Cleaned up the interface - Billboard moved chart to a new URL - Fixed problem with LFs on Rick Dees chart

File Name: melody-assistant.hqx (2996 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: info@myriad-online.com Subject: Melody Assistant 3.1.0 Melody Assistant 3.1.0 Complete score editor and music composition software. Includes a built-in softsynth. It offers a friendly interface and powerful features: An easy-to-use editor enables you to place and move notes on the staves. It processes all the break and effect symbols and uses them while playing the music. You can record your own sounds and use them as instruments in your tunes. It calculates tablatures for any fretted instrument or harmonica and displays the chord diagrams. A wide guitar chord diagram user-defineable library is provided. You can associate lyrics to a tune, and let the music play in Karaoke (multi-voices) mode. Graphic and texts can be inserted at any point on the score. A jukebox is integrated (playlist). New : Multi-language support (English, French, Italian & German) Custom Harmonica definition Enhanced EPS export Read and Write ASCII TAB file format Author's e-mail address : info@myriad-online.com Web site : http://www.myriad-online.com Best regards, D.& O. Guillion Myriad 22 rue Pierre d'Aragon 31200 Toulouse FRANCE

File Name: melody.hqx (3280 k)
Date: May 09, 1999
From: info@myriad-online.com Subject: Melody Melody Assistant - is an useful software for computer-assisted music writing and composition. It runs on Macintosh (system 7 or more, 68020 or PPC). Melody Assistant is shareware.

File Name: midi-kit-26.hqx (228 k)
Date: Jun 02, 1999
From: inf117k1@ud.nettuno.it Subject: MidiKit 2.5 MidiKit is a MIDI file utility program. It allows you to quickly modify the midi file format, type, creator and more, processing entire disks at a time. It has a complete online documentation you can access selecting the "About Midikit" item in the apple menu. MidiKit is FAT (68K e PPC native), and supports Drag & Drop. It works on all Macs from Macintosh Plus and requires MacOS version 6.07 or greater. MidiKit is shareware ($12). Unregistered version has no other limitations than the annoying request at startup. If you use it, please register! New features since version 2.5 : � Added the ability to export karaoke lyrics. � The show event list (structure) command has been enhanced. All GS sysex and universal sysex are decoded. You may now display Measure and SMPTE offsets. The event list may be formatted and directly saved as text. � The list window is now (at last!) resizable.

File Name: might-and-magic-iii-av-updt.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: stheath@pioneer.as.edu.au (Saeros) Subject: No Subject! Date: Sun, 12 Jun 1994 17:53:42 +1000 --========================_11503896==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" MacArchivists, This updater was on the IMG CD ROM. It has documentation which suggests that AV machines can now have sound without problems! Stuart Heath --========================_11503896==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MM3AVUpdate.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="MM3AVUpdate.sit"

File Name: mine-sweeper-pro-music-l6.hqx (304 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: aaa@interlink.or.jp Subject: mine-sweeper-pro-music-l6 This file is the optional music file for MineSweeper Pro. So it requires MineSweeper Pro 1.0 or later. Please read the readme file for more information. Thanks, Kentaro Tanida e-mail: aaa@interlink.or.jp Please visit my web page; (via Japanese server) http://home.interlink.or.jp/~aaa/ (via US server) http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/7948/

File Name: mon-systeminitiation.hqx (548 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "System Initiation" StartUp Sound (Mono) "System Initiation" StartUp Sound Convert your Mac to a high-powered, hi-tech sonic machine every time it boots up with the new "System Initiation" StartUp Sound from Clixsounds. This futuristic production begins with a deep, commander-style voice announcing "Initializing StartUp..." followed by mechanical stereo sound effects, as he continues announcing "Polling for hardware periferals...mounting external drives...engaging processor...loading system kernal...System startup is complete," each followed by appropriate "system-type" sounds. The "System Initiation" Startup Sound is available in both stereo and mono versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: mon-westminster.hqx (1072 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Westminster Chimes System Clock Sounds (Mono) "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds Personalize your Mac with a touch of classic elegance with the "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds from Clixsounds. This set of high-fidelity recordings turns your Macintosh into an antique timepiece, playing the glorious melodies of a classic Westminster clock. Five sounds are included, one for "1/4 Past," "1/2 Past," "1/4 'Til," "Top Of the Hour," and the chime. The "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds are available in both stereo and mono versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site, along with over a hundred other freeware sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying documents. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: mpeg-audio-033-src.hqx (88 k)
Date: Nov 11, 1996
From: franke1@llnl.gov (Norman Franke) Subject: MPEG Audio for Mac Source Due to popular demand, I've enclosed the source for my (old) port of maplay to the Mac. This is the source to "MPEG Audio for Macintosh 0.3.3". I no longer support this quick port, since my freeware SoundApp 2.1.1 supports MPEG playback and conversion and works much better. -Norman

File Name: mpeg-dec-311.hqx (884 k)
Date: Dec 03, 2003
From: markau0@lycos.com Subject: MpegDec 3.1.1 MpegDec 3.1.1 is a mp3 decoder for 68040 and PPC macs. It is a macintosh port of the MpegDec package. It uses 68k assembly optimizations for the 68k version. MpegDec 3.1.1 can play mp3 files in realtime and decode mp3 files to aiff and wave files. Changes since version 1.0: Version 2.0 Drag and Drop Interface. Implemented mono singlemix mode. Version 2.5 Playback controls. Multiple playlists. MPEG 2.5 and mp1 mp2 support. Version 2.5.3 AIFF improvements. fpu version improvements. Version 3.0 Mp3 streaming added. Runs in async mode. Version 3.1 MpegDecAIFF wave file support. Playlist Editor improvements. Version 3.1.1 Minor bugfixes. Speed improvements. -Requirements: 68040 or PPC. fpu not required for 68040 version. SoundManager 3.0 (SoundManager 3.2.1 and higher recommended). MacOS 7.1 with Drag and Drop 1.1 and Finder 7.1.3 (MacOS 7.5 and higher recommended).

File Name: mpegger-drop-decoder-201.hqx (408 k)
Date: Jan 18, 2001
From: Neill Mollard Subject: MPegger Drop Decoder 2.0.1 What is MPegger Drop Decoder? Want to burn those MP3s you nabbed off of the internet onto a CD? You'll first need to decode them - that's where MPegger Drop Decoder comes in. Very simply, it will make your MP3s into files that you can burn onto a CD, and listen to in any conventional CD player. Technically speaking, this software will automatically convert any MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 LSF layer 1, layer 2 or layer 3 audio file into an AIFF file, Sound Designer II file, or PeeCee Wave file. It should correctly recognize and decode all ISO-standard mpeg audio files, and is for PowerPC MacOS machines only. The MPegger Drop Decoder is a fully compliant ISO/IEC 11172-3 Layer 1, Layer 2, and Layer 3 audio decoder, and passes all compliance bitstream testing in accordance with the specifications outlined in ISO/IEC 11172-4.

File Name: multi-homed-presenz-102.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: scottk@enterprise.cajunmonk.ml.org Subject: MultiHomedPresenz 1.0.2 Program: MultiHomedPresenz 1.0.2 Kind: AppleScript, $10 Shareware Replaces: All versions of MultipleHostPresenz (may be mhp101.sea.hqx or multiplehostpresenz101.sea.hqx) Author/Support addresses: Scott Konzem (mhp@mail.cajunmonk.ml.org, http://www.cajunmonk.ml.org/) Description: MultiHomedPresenz 1.0.2 offers single-IP multihoming over HTTP for servers running NetPresenz 4.1 or later. Essentially, it makes it so that you can have one machine be, say, www.cajunmonk.ml.org, mhp.cajunmonk.ml.org, etc, and give a different response for each. It really isn't half as complicated as it sounds, and takes about 5 minutes to set up. This replaces all versions of MultipleHostPresenz, as I opted for a new name (I think you can see why).

File Name: music-file-formats-10.hqx (236 k)
Date: May 04, 1994
From: jamal@gnu.ai.mit.edu (Jamal Hannah) Subject: Music File Formats Archive 1.0 (Zip File) Date: Mon, 2 May 94 23:12:54 -0400 --========================_32202652==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" THE COMPUTER MUSIC FORMATS COLLECTION version 1.0 by Jamal Hannah, 5/2/94 Contains specifications (and effects!) for the following music file formats: MOD, MED, FastTracker, StarTracker, XTracker, ScreamTracker 3, Farandole, MultiTracker, TakeTracker, Oktalyzer, Pro-16, Studio Session, UltraTracker, GraveMod, ROL, 669 and General-Midi. If you have more info, or corrections, please write: Jamal Hannah P.O. Box 992 Cambridge, MA 02140-0009 Email: jamal@gnu.ai.mit.edu or jah@world.std.com Use "UnZip 2.0.1" or "ZipIt" for the Macintosh to open this archive! --========================_32202652==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="MUSFMT10.ZIP" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="MUSFMT10.ZIP"

File Name: music-maid-10.hqx (816 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2002
From: Giuseppe Giunto Subject: MusicMaid 1.0 Music Maid catalog, organize, sort and play MP3 files. You can use it to move/copy MP3s and organize them by Artist, Album, Song Name or Category; save catalog lists and then retrieve the songs you want by using dozens of filters; change song's tag info; and much more.

File Name: music-maid-x-10.hqx (876 k)
Date: Jan 12, 2002
From: Giuseppe Giunto Subject: MusicMaid X 1.0 Music Maid catalog, organize, sort and play MP3 files. You can use it to move/copy MP3s and organize them by Artist, Album, Song Name or Category; save catalog lists and then retrieve the songs you want by using dozens of filters; change song's tag info; and much more

File Name: music-notation-aw5-update.hqx (48 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: James Tummins Subject: music notation update (AppleWorks 5) This update to the music notation template and libraries that were originally created for AppleWorks 4. This version was created by (and for) AppleWorks 5. This update is only affects the libraries. Additional music notation symbols have been added. The available symbols are by no means all that exist, but instead or some of the most popular ones. Many of the others may be created using the AppleWorks drawing or text tools.

File Name: music-notation-aw6.hqx (204 k)
Date: Jun 19, 2000
From: James Tummins Subject: music notation (AW6) This is an update to the original Music Notation templates and libraries. Music Notation uses a combination of templates and libraries for creating music documents in AppleWorks 6. (This version only works with AppleWorks 6. If using AppleWorks 5, look for "Music Notation (AW5 update)".)

File Name: net-cd-167-68k.hqx (1060 k)
Date: Apr 01, 2000
From: "Toby W. Rush" Subject: NetCD 1.6.7/68K - An Internet-savvy CD Player Program NetCD 1.6.7/68K for MacOS by Toby W. Rush http://www.tobyrush.com/software/netcd/ This version of NetCD is for 680x0 computers. If you have a PowerPC computer, you can download and use version 2.0. NetCD is an audio CD console that can download information about the currently playing CD from the Internet. NetCD accesses a global system of servers called the CDDB(TM) and returns information which includes the disc title, track titles, and other information about the audio CD. NetCD requires a Macintosh or Power Macintosh computer and a CD-ROM drive. To take advantage of NetCD's internet capabilities, you must have Open Transport and an internet connection. NetCD is freeware, and may be distributed freely as long as all documentation is included. Copyright (c) 2000 Toby W. Rush. All rights reserved.

File Name: nin-at-heart-re-mix.hqx (880 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: sshertzer@aristotle.net Subject: Nine Inch Nails- At The Heart of It All for Tetris Max CyberKnight Technologies has released yet another music file for Tetris Max. This music is Nine Inch Nails- at the heart of it all. (Remix By Durandal) This file is sortof large, 833k un-compressed, 644k compressed. Download at the info-mac archives, or at: http://www.aristotle.net/~sshertzer

File Name: peace-bell.hqx (180 k)
Date: Mar 18, 2001
From: Unjay Subject: Peace Bell (snd) Peace Bell, a calm little alert sound in stereo for the mac. It is freeware and may be included on CD ROM distributions if kept with its original Read Me file.

File Name: player-pro-56-sdk.hqx (900 k)
Date: May 24, 2000
From: ROSSET Antoine Subject: PlayerPRO SDK 5.6 Player PRO 5.6 Dev.Kit. for MacOS 9, MacOS X, BeOS, Win 95/98/NT (c) Copyright 1994-2000 Antoine ROSSET (rossetantoine@bluewin.ch) It's a 100 0.000000REE USE (even in commercial products) library to incorporate your musics in your software. It includes: Music drivers, Instruments plugs dev.toolkit, Import/Export plugs dev.toolkit. Complete source code in C is available in this package!

File Name: playsnd.hqx (28 k)
Date: Oct 01, 2002
From: danmcd@kebe.com (Dan McDonald) Subject: Playsnd - Play classic MacOS Sound Files w/o iTunes Playsnd is a faceless background application for MacOS X that lets you play MacOS Sound Files ('sfil's) without launching iTunes. It's open-sourced under a BSD-like license. Enjoy!

File Name: pod-manager-22.hqx (532 k)
Date: Feb 02, 2004
From: contact@brunoblondeau.com Subject: Pod Manager 2.2 - Extract music files from your iPod ------------------------------------------------------- POD MANAGER 2.2 ------------------------------------------------------- Pod Manager, a $7.95 Shareware aimed at extracting music files from an iPod, has been updated to version 2.2. This application can be used to retrieve songs losts after reformatting a Mac hard drive, or so as to move music files from an iPod to another Mac. This new version improves support for ".m4a"/AAC files and fixes an issue with very long ID3 tags. WEB SITE: http://www.podmanager.com --------- What's new: - Improved support for ".m4a" files - Fixed issue with very long ID3 tags ------------------------------------------------------- DESCRIPTION: ------------ Say you want to retrieve music stored on your iPod while you're on the road ... or at a friend's? Did you lose all your songs while reformatting your hard drive... therefore needing to retrieve all the music files located on your iPod? Pod Manager is the perfect application for these tasks! * State of the art Aqua user interface - Brushed metal interface - Written using Cocoa, exclusively for MacOS X * Intuitive - Very easy to use - iApp look&feel * Responsive - Entirely multithreaded * Fast file transfers - Takes advantage of the Unix foundation of MacOS X -------------------------------------------------------

File Name: quick-recorder-101.hqx (156 k)
Date: Nov 07, 1999
From: Lucius Kwok Subject: Quick Recorder 1.0.1 Quick Recorder is an application that records AIFF sound files directly to your hard disk. Using a simple, single-window interface, you can set up your sound input device, record and play back audio, adjust input recording levels, and see how much disk space you have left on your Mac. The unregistered version is a 30-day trial. The shareware registration for Quick Recorder is $12. Version 1.0.1 contains updated contact information in the documentation and is in StuffIt 4.0 format. Lucius Kwok lucius@felttip.com http://felttip.com/

File Name: relax-212.hqx (1608 k)
Date: Jun 06, 1999
From: kevharris@sperspect.com Subject: Relax 2.1.2 Soothing sounds calm and unwind the stress from your day as you work on your Mac. Relax is an enjoyable application that plays soothing environments. Relax comes with its own built-in environment called Forest Stream. Version 2.1.2 adds compatibility fixes for Mac OS 8.6, minor bug fixes and cosmetic adjustments.

File Name: relax-214.hqx (2628 k)
Date: Oct 23, 1999
From: pr@sperspect.com Subject: Relax 2.1.4 Relax 2.1.4 contains support for our new Summer Thunder Pro environment and support for the Navigation Services in Mac OS 8. Relax is a soothing environment simulator which plays calming environments as you work on your Macintosh. Requires a Power Macintosh.

File Name: retro-cd-10-e-68k.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: quartz@anet.ne.jp Subject: RETRO CD 1.0-E 68k - Variable Speed CD Player * This package is for PowerMacs, in Japanese * RETRO CD is a variable speed compact disc player. Suitable for refreshing and musical purposes, RETRO CD gives you a totally new way to fully enjoy CDs. You need 3MB of free memory and a 4x (or faster) CD-ROM drive. 1000 Yen SHAREWARE. Please ask me for permission if you want to include it in your CD-ROM.

File Name: retro-cd-10-e-ppc.hqx (148 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: quartz@anet.ne.jp Subject: RETRO CD 1.0-3 ppc - Variable Speed CD Player --- RETRO CD 1.0-E PPC --- * This package is for PowerMacs, in English * RETRO CD is a variable speed compact disc player. Suitable for refreshing and musical purposes, RETRO CD gives you a totally new way to fully enjoy CDs. You need 3MB of free memory and a 4x (or faster) CD-ROM drive. $10 SHAREWARE. Please ask me for permission if you want to include it in your CD-ROM.

File Name: retro-cd-10-jp-68k.hqx (144 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: quartz@anet.ne.jp Subject: RETRO CD 1.0-j 68k - Variable Speed CD Player * This package is for 68k, in Japanese * RETRO CD is a variable speed compact disc player. Suitable for refreshing and musical purposes, RETRO CD gives you a totally new way to fully enjoy CDs. You need 3MB of free memory and a 4x (or faster) CD-ROM drive. 1000 Yen SHAREWARE. Please ask me for permission if you want to include it in your CD-ROM.

File Name: retro-cd-10-jp-ppc.hqx (152 k)
Date: Sep 06, 1997
From: quartz@anet.ne.jp Subject: RETRO CD 1.0-j ppc - Variable Speed CD Player * This package is for PowerMacs, in Japanese * RETRO CD is a variable speed compact disc player. Suitable for refreshing and musical purposes, RETRO CD gives you a totally new way to fully enjoy CDs. You need 3MB of free memory and a 4x (or faster) CD-ROM drive. 1000 Yen SHAREWARE. Please ask me for permission if you want to include it in your CD-ROM.

File Name: rnd-snd-11.hqx (788 k)
Date: Oct 19, 2001
From: Jamie Stafford Subject: RNDSND 1.1 RNDSND is a small AppleScript Applet which can be edited in ScriptEditor and tailored to one's liking. RNDSND simply chooses one of the four included System 7 sound files and plays it. The sound files can easily be replaced, just be sure to rename the files (and/or edit the Applet) to ensure the applet works as intended, especially if the RNDSND folder is moved. The Applet is currently configured to look for the folder within the System Folder. RNDSND is being released as freeware, although I would appreciate an e-mail to have an idea of how many people find this Applet useful - or at least interesting. RNDSND may be freely distributed via any medium, so long as the Applet and the original four sound files are included.

File Name: road-show-101.hqx (32 k)
Date: Oct 03, 1994
Date: Mon, 3 Oct 1994 15:29:29 -0500 From: FARWEST@applelink.apple.com (FarWest Software, G Kratz,CAS) Subject: RoadShow v1.0.1; a Newton settings utility --========================_12445589==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" RoadShow v1.0.1 is a free Newton app for setting - volume - sound effects - sleep time - default system beep depending on whether you are "on the road" (on batteries) or "at home" (plugged into an AC adapter). The package includes a user's guide in Word format. Version 1.0.1 fixes a bug found in newer Newton models. In version 1.0, RoadShow would crash when the user attempted to change the default system beep. Enjoy! --========================_12445589==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="RoadShow_v1.0.1.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="RoadShow_v1.0.1.sit"

File Name: sensory-overload-l61.hqx (376 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: sshertzer@aristotle.net Subject: New Sensory Overload Music file for Tetris Max! CyberKnight Technologies has just released another music file for Tetris max! Sensory Overload Lvl 6 is another in the series of great music for Tetris max. This release has been due to great demand for more of this great music. Download at the info-mac archives, or at: http://www.aristotle.net/~sshertzer

File Name: sexy-aol.hqx (648 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Sexy Online Sounds (AOL 4.0) Custom sounds for AOL are back! Now you can customize your sounds for AOL 4.0 with the "Sexy" Online Sounds for AOL 4.0. This set is among the most-downloaded Online Sounds of all-time and has even been used in a major television show! The sounds are of a sexy female voice. Logon: "Welcome to America Online" New Mail:"You Have New Mail" Buddy Logon: "Oooh!" Buddy Logoff: "See Ya' Later!" Instant Message: "Yoo-hoo!" File Transfer: "File Transfer Is Complete" Logoff: "Thank You, and Come Again" Installation is simple, and step-by-step instructions are included. The "Sexy" Online Sounds can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site along with numerous other sets of Online sounds and system sounds for Mac at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: sherlock-amazon-10.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: milesm@csua.berkeley.edu Subject: Sherlock -- Amazon Sherlock is Apple's newest technology in OS 8.5. It allows you to quickly search internet sites directly from the finder. The Sherlock Amazon plug-in will allow you to add Amazon.com to the list of sites you can search from your finder making it easier and more conveinent to search for books or music online. The plug-in requires Sherlock and Mac OS 8.5 or greater.

File Name: simplechord-23.hqx (2320 k)
Date: Sep 03, 2004
From: dangrover@wonderwarp.com Subject: SimpleChord v2.3 I just uploaded SimpleChord v2.3. It's a chord reference for musicians for Mac OS X that I wrote. Dan Grover Wonder Warp Software Group www.wonderwarp.com

File Name: simple-song-161-ppc.hqx (748 k)
Date: Aug 22, 1999
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: SimpleSong 1.6.1 PPC The Singing Mac! SimpleSong is an application which allows you to easily write songs for your Macintosh to sing. Songs written with SimpleSong can also be sung using any text-to-speech compatible application, such as SimpleText. This means that almost any Mac user can listen to the songs you've written. Some possible uses: ? Send some singing e-mail! ? Add a synthetic "vocal" track to your electronic or accoustic music. ? Liven up a meeting or gathering with some unexpected vocal "talent". There is complete on-line help included with the program, as well as some song samples. SimpleSong is free. Minimum System requirements: * System 7 (OS 8 compatible) * 5 MB application RAM * PPC 601 processor or faster * 12" monitor * Apple's Speech Manager (part of system software) and "Macintalk 3" voices SimpleSong � 1999 Kurt Kaufman Version 1.6.1 PPC 8/99

File Name: simple-song.hqx (748 k)
Date: Mar 06, 1999
From: k_kaufman@hotmail.com Subject: SimpleSong 1.6 PPC Submission The Singing Mac! SimpleSong is a shareware ($10) application which allows you to easily write songs for your Macintosh to sing. Songs written with SimpleSong can also be sung using any text-to-speech compatible application, such as SimpleText. This means that almost any Mac user can listen to the songs you've written. Some possible uses: � Send some singing e-mail! � Add a synthetic "vocal" track to your electronic or accoustic music. � Liven up a meeting or gathering with some unexpected vocal "talent". There is complete on-line help included with the program, as well as some song samples. For the latest information regarding SimpleSong visit the SimpleSong web site at: http://pages.cthome.net/kkaufman/SimpleSong.html This is the PPC-native version of SimpleSong 1.6. A 68k version is also available. Minimum System requirements: * System 7 (OS 8 compatible) * 5 MB application RAM * PPC 601 processor or faster (for PPC version) * 12" monitor * Apple's Speech Manager (part of system software) and "Macintalk 3" voices SimpleSong � 1999 Kurt Kaufman Version 1.6 PPC 2/99

File Name: snak-20-68k.hqx (1008 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: kents@snak.com Subject: Snak version 2.0 Snak is a program that will let you participate in discussions in Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. IRC is a service that uses the Internet to connect a large number of servers all over the world. Individuals then connect to a nearby server with the help of a client program like Snak and join one or more of the thousands of channels that are available. Anything that is typed into the channel will be seen by the other members and you can then have a real-time conversation with people all over the world. Since version 1.4.1 (last full release version) many features has been added to Snak, and a full list of these additions can be found in the Version History chapter of the manual. Some of the highlights are : Compatibility with the ircII scripting language, and the ability to run PurePak and other powerful script packages. Quicker, and much more reliable connection. Support of sound files. All settings are preserved for all windows between launches. Input field resizes itself dynamically to avoid wasted space. The console windows can be closed without closing the connection. Many bug fixes ...

File Name: snak-20-ppc.hqx (1092 k)
Date: Jan 16, 1999
From: kents@snak.com Subject: Snak version 2.0 Snak is a program that will let you participate in discussions in Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. IRC is a service that uses the Internet to connect a large number of servers all over the world. Individuals then connect to a nearby server with the help of a client program like Snak and join one or more of the thousands of channels that are available. Anything that is typed into the channel will be seen by the other members and you can then have a real-time conversation with people all over the world. Since version 1.4.1 (last full release version) many features has been added to Snak, and a full list of these additions can be found in the Version History chapter of the manual. Some of the highlights are : Compatibility with the ircII scripting language, and the ability to run PurePak and other powerful script packages. Quicker, and much more reliable connection. Support of sound files. All settings are preserved for all windows between launches. Input field resizes itself dynamically to avoid wasted space. The console windows can be closed without closing the connection. Many bug fixes ...

File Name: snd-compiler.hqx (88 k)
Date: Apr 09, 1999
From: support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk Subject: sndcompiler.sit.hqx snd Compiler Matthew Dolan �1999, Tri-Bar. http://www.tribar.dabsol.co.uk/ support@tribar.dabsol.co.uk snd Compiler is a small compiler plug-in for use with CodeWarrior. It allows the adding of various sound formats to the project. It automatically converts these to 'snd ' resources whatever file type they are. Requires: CodeWarrior 9 or better QuickTime 2.0 or better snd Compiler is shareware, and as such if you continue to use it for more than 30 days you should pay the $5 license fee (�2.50 UK).

File Name: snd-info-10.hqx (64 k)
Date: Sep 24, 1997
From: jaeho@xs4all.nl Subject: Sound Info 1.0 - Sound Manager Profiler Sound Info is a simple program that shows informations about the Sound Manager of the current system installed in your Macintosh. It tells you the Sound Manager version, the internal (built-in) hardware features, and the Sound Manager software features. * System Requirements System 7.0 or later Thanks! Jae Ho Chang =)

File Name: snd-sampler-40.hqx (1208 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1999
From: a_glenn@hotmail.com Subject: SndSampler 4.0 SndSampler is a simple-to-use yet powerful sound editing application for the Macintosh, chosen by author and Macworld columnist David Pogue for inclusion in his best-selling book, Mac Secrets. This exciting new version includes--yes, that's right--a zoom window! You asked for it, and now you've got it. Also includes: PowerPC native fx, new filters, a toolbar, improved editing capabilities, and much, much more! Here are some of SndSampler's more salient features: -Supports 8 and 16-bit, mono/stereo, sample rates up to 64 kHz -Extracts/saves sound resources from/to any file or application -Allows you to record audio data directly to your hard drive so you can create sounds bigger than RAM (great for CD-quality audio or dictation!) -AIFF segmenting for working on sounds that are bigger than RAM (great for making CDs) -Imports CD audio directly from the CD (use "Import" from the File menu) -Imports/exports: Sun, NeXT, WAVE, QuickTime movies, raw audio, more -Extensive batch processing capabilities -Automatic batch import ("ripping") of multiple CD audio tracks (see User's Guide please!) -Allows synching of sounds to QuickTime movies -Compression: MACE 3:1, MACE 6:1, ulaw 2:1, IMA 4:1, more -Many fx: echo, reverb, chorus, flange, pitch bend, dynamic pan, dynamic fade, tremolo, distortion, etc. -Extensive User's Guide in RTF format (please read!) Can also be downloaded from: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Garage/9373/SndSampler.html

File Name: snd-sampler-463.hqx (1868 k)
Date: May 05, 2003
From: ixnayamspay@hotmail.com Subject: SndSampler 4.6.3 SndSampler is a simple-to-use yet powerful sound editing application for the Macintosh, chosen by author and Macworld columnist David Pogue for inclusion in his best-selling book, Mac Secrets. Here are some of SndSampler's more salient features: -Supports 8, 16, 24, 32-bit, mono/stereo, sample rates up to 64 kHz -Allows you to record audio data directly to your hard drive so you can create sounds bigger than RAM (great for CD-quality audio or dictation!) -Rips CD audio directly from the CD -File formats: AIFF, System 7 sound, sound clipping, Sun, NeXT, WAVE, QuickTime movies, raw audio, ASCII text, more -Allows synching of sounds to QuickTime movies -Compression: MACE 3:1, MACE 6:1, ulaw 2:1, alaw 2:1, IMA 4:1, more -Many fx: echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, pitch bend, dynamic pan, dynamic fade, tremolo, distortion, wah-wah, equalizer, crossfade, etc. -Extensive manual in HTML format (please read!) -Requires: PPC, Mac OS 8.5, Sound Manager 3.2 or later -Official site: http://www.sndsampler.com/

File Name: sound-array-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:06:08.14 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Snd Array Ext Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 12:58 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Snd Array Ext To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" SndArray SndArray - external to fill a text array with the names of all available sounds.

File Name: sound-at-random-c.hqx (88 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1993
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 93 11:42:50 -0600 From: oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu (Kiselyov Oleg) Subject: sound-at-random.cpt - (source & bin) pick a sound at random and yell it What: pick a sound at random and play it Language: Symantec C++ 6.0 Note: Good (I hope) example of treating File and Drive managers as C++ objects Note: Good as a startup program. Note: needs standard environment, see myenv-notify.cpt Note: sounds themselves are _not_ included, get your own System: System 7.x, 32-bit clean Contents: RandomSound.cc - source code (commented) vRandomSound.cc - verification program RandomSound.pi - Symantec C++ project RandomSound - application itself. 32-bit clean, System 7 Comments to: oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu, oleg@unt.edu Explanation: This is a whimsy set of functions that lets one play a sound picked at random from the sound folder. The sound folder is assumed to be a folder named "Sounds" in the System folder. [Note, reading STR resource mentioned in the comments is not implemented yet] ------------------------------------------------------------------------

File Name: sound-embedder-10.hqx (644 k)
Date: Apr 12, 2000
From: "Richard Eldon Barber" Subject: SoundEmbedder 1.0 Based on an article in the Computer Music Journal. Plots a 3d waveform of a one-second sound file. Pure tones like sines and triangles make regular shapes, complex tones make squiggles, and noise will make chaotic jitters. SoundEmbedder is freeware. Requires PPC. Its slow and probably crashes G4's because signal processing ins't fully compatible yet. Works great on G3's. SoundEmbedder was made with Max/MSP http://cycling74.com (c) Richard Eldon Barber 2000 ringo@trailwork.com http://trailwork.com/max

File Name: soundex-ext.hqx (4 k)
Date: May 04, 1993
From: SMTP%"ALLAN@otago.ac.nz" 30-JUL-1991 21:05:15.60 To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu CC: Subj: Soundex Date: Wed, 31 Jul 91 12:58 GMT +1200 From: Allan Udy Subject: Soundex To: hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu X-VMS-To: IN%"hagood@scri1.scri.fsu.edu" See External Mover comments for parameters.

File Name: sound-shuffler-20.hqx (188 k)
Date: Jan 20, 2000
From: "Nick D'Amato" Subject: Sound Shuffler 2.0 Requirements Any Mac running Mac OS 7.1 or higher. This program is Mac OS 8.0, 8.6, and 9.0 savvy! What is Sound Shuffler? Sound Shuffler is a control panel that randomizes the Mac system alert beep. It also plays sounds in a 'Sounds' folder located in the System Folder. Just drop sounds in this folder and Sound Shuffler immediately takes advantage of them. Sound Shuffler plays all sounds asynchronously, which means they will play without hogging the processor. This allows you to continue to work while your sound is playing. Any sound can be stopped by pressing the 'Esc' key. Sound Shuffler even lets you play sounds at random times, using the random sound slider in the control panel. You can set the length of the delay that Sounds Shuffler awaits. Freeware This program is freeware, which means that you can use it at no cost. You may also pass it around freely as long as you include this read me and the help documents. If you like the program, feel free to drop me an email so I know that it really is worth continuing. Nick D'Amato http://www.goddfaddasoft.com/ nick@goddfaddasoft.com

File Name: sound-shutdown-startup.hqx (12 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
Date: Sat, 29 Aug 1998 03:44:28 -0700 (MST) From: rupert@easynet.co.uk Subject: A startup-sound-quashing app for you... Sound (Shut)down/(Start)up Descriptor: Suppresses the Apple "Start-up Chimes". For free.

File Name: sound-studio-112.hqx (884 k)
Date: Nov 15, 1999
From: Lucius Kwok Subject: Felt Tip Sound Studio 1.1.2 Sound Studio is a shareware application that allows you to record and edit AIFF sound files on your Mac. It is disk-based, multithreaded, and capable of recording while running in the background. It has a visual waveform editor for precise cut-and-paste editing, and several filters for modifying the audio. It also features audio fades, amplification, a Crop command, and more. Version 1.1.2 works on 68K Macs and can now open files on read-only discs such as CD-ROMs. The shareware registration fee is $25. Lucius Kwok lucius@felttip.com http://felttip.com/

File Name: sound-utilities-hc.hqx (296 k)
Date: Aug 15, 1997
From: ldo@geek-central.gen.nz Subject: sound-utilities.hqx The Sound Utilities are a set of HyperCard externals to give low-level access to the services of the Macintosh Sound Manager and Sound Input Manager. Features include: * Multi-channel 8/16-bit mono/stereo recording and playback (limited only by the available hardware) * Recording direct to disk * Playback direct from disk (synchronous or asynchronous) * Synchronized playback of multiple channels * Control over virtually all the capabilities of your sound input hardware, including input source selection, automatic level control, and voice-activated recording (depending on what your sound hardware driver supports) The only thing new in this release is the inclusion of the "Register" application from Kagi Shareware. This means I can now receive payments via credit card. Please replace the existing file info-mac/dev/card/sound-utilities.hqx with this one. Thank you. Lawrence D'Oliveiro ldo@geek-central.gen.nz

File Name: spaceway-music4tetrismax.hqx (176 k)
Date: Aug 20, 1999
From: sshertzer@aristotle.net Subject: Spaceway 2000 music for Tetris Max!! CyberKnight Technologies has released yet another great music file for Tetris Max. Spaceway 2000 Music 4 Tetris Max is the latest release of what now seems like a million of these music files we have released. Of course, you can download it via the info-mac archives, or at: http://www.aristotle.net/~sshertzer

File Name: spectre-smart-25-hc.hqx (44 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1994
Date: Sun, 4 Dec 1994 21:52:04 -0500 (EST) From: Justin Higgins Subject: SpectreSmart v2.5 --1918897594-1203855435-786596108:#25938 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII This is the latest version of Spectral Design's Artificial Intelligence HyperCard stack SpectreSmart. You can have a conversation with Spectre. SpectreSmart includes an imbedded speech driver to speak what it says so you don't have to worry about having MacinTalk or the Speech manager installed. This new version includes ever more understanding, a bigger vocabulary, and the ability to control the sound level of Spectre's voice. Enjoy! Justin Higgins * * * Spectral Design "Memo to myself;Do the dumb things I gotta do. Touch the puppet head" -Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head -They Might Be Giants --1918897594-1203855435-786596108:#25938 Content-Type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name="spectresmart.v2.5.sit.hqx" Content-ID: Content-Description:

File Name: speech-pack-221.hqx (176 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1994
From: "Rene G.A. Ros" Subject: speech-pack-221.sea.hqx Date: Fri, 12 Aug 1994 08:47:49 +0200 (MET DST) 4D SpeechPack 2.2.1.ext BUG FIX Shareware $15. External for 4th Dimension. An external package for 4th Dimension which adds Text-to-Speech capabilities to your data-bases! Don't just display a message but talk to your user. What kind of interaction is more natural? And the quality of the voices is also pretty good these days. Rene Ros rgaros@bio.vu.nl Replaces: /info-mac/dev/a4d/ext/speech-pack-22.sea.hqx Archived as: /info-mac/dev/a4d/ext/speech-pack-221.sea.hqx

File Name: speech-pack-221-updt.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1994
From: "Rene G.A. Ros" Subject: speech-pack-221-updt.sit.hqx Date: Fri, 12 Aug 1994 08:47:31 +0200 (MET DST) 4D SpeechPack 2.2.1.ext BUG FIX Shareware $15. External for 4th Dimension. An external package for 4th Dimension which adds Text-to-Speech capabilities to your data-bases! Don't just display a message but talk to your user. What kind of interaction is more natural? And the quality of the voices is also pretty good these days. This is an updater for 4D Speech Pack 2.2 which patches it to version 2.2.1 providing support for MacinTalk Pro 1.3 to the SP Voice Sound function. Rene Ros rgaros@bio.vu.nl Archived as: /info-mac/dev/a4d/ext/speech-pack-221-updt.sit.hqx

File Name: speech-tabulator-02-ppc.hqx (40 k)
Date: Sep 18, 1998
From: kjohnn@cb.mbn.or.jp Subject: Speech Tabulator Speech Tabulator - is a Control Panel which enables your Power Macintosh to speak a letter, a word and a sentence you�ve hitted using Apple�s Speech Synthesizer technology. If you push a keyboard button, your Macintosh speak a letter you hitted. A word you�ve hitted can be spoken pushing the space key. Pushing the period key or question mark key, a sentence you�ve hitted can be spoken. And the voice and its speaking rate can be changed by the Speech control panel.

File Name: squealer.hqx (4 k)
Date: Jul 17, 1998
From: bkelley1@nycap.rr.com Subject: Squealer Does your Mac make a squealing sound during startup? If you have a Performa or Power Macintosh 52xx/53xx/62xx/63xx series computer running Mac OS 8.1, this squealing occurs when the system volume is set to an even numbered value (2, 4, or 6). "Squealer" is an AppleScript applet which automatically sets your volume to an odd number (3) to avoid the problem. Simply put "Squealer" into your Shutdown Items folder (which is inside your System Folder) and you'll never have to suffer through that annoying squeal again. "Squealer" is freeware. Brian Kelley

File Name: ster-systeminitiation.hqx (956 k)
Date: Aug 21, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "System Initiation" StartUp Sound (Stere) "System Initiation" StartUp Sound Convert your Mac to a high-powered, hi-tech sonic machine every time it boots up with the new "System Initiation" StartUp Sound from Clixsounds. This futuristic production begins with a deep, commander-style voice announcing "Initializing StartUp..." followed by mechanical stereo sound effects, as he continues announcing "Polling for hardware periferals...mounting external drives...engaging processor...loading system kernal...System startup is complete," each followed by appropriate "system-type" sounds. The "System Initiation" Startup Sound is available in both stereo and mono versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds WWW site at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: ster-westminster.hqx (2068 k)
Date: Jun 12, 1998
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: Westminster Chimes System Clock Sounds (Stereo) "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds Personalize your Mac with a touch of classic elegance with the "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds from Clixsounds. This set of high-fidelity recordings turns your Macintosh into an antique timepiece, playing the glorious melodies of a classic Westminster clock. Five sounds are included, one for "1/4 Past," "1/2 Past," "1/4 'Til," "Top Of the Hour," and the chime. The "Westminster Chimes" System Clock Sounds are available in both stereo and mono versions and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site, along with over a hundred other freeware sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying documents. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: stpatpack.hqx (2120 k)
Date: Mar 23, 1999
From: email@clixsounds.com Subject: "St. Pat Pack" System Sounds "St. Pat Pack" Kick off the wearin'o the green with the "St. Pat Pack" collection of St. Patrick's Day system sounds from Clixsounds. This set of 16-bit stereo recordings of an Irish lad are worth raisin' a pint to! There are 7 sounds total, including alerts, startups, shutdowns, and email sounds. The "St. Pat Pack" is available only in 16-bit and can be downloaded here or at the Clixsounds web site along with tons of other free Mac sounds at: This file is freeware and may be redistributed freely providing it is unaltered and includes the accompanying document. Note that a portion of this archive is information concerning Clixsounds products and services. Contact Information: Internet: email@clixsounds.com Support: support@clixsounds.com Sales: sales@clixsounds.com America Online: CLIXSOUNDS World Wide Web: http://www.clixsounds.com/

File Name: stream-ripper-x-105.hqx (484 k)
Date: Apr 21, 2003
From: ruffnex@mac.com Subject: StreamRipperX 1.05 - Record Internet radio streams as individual MP3 songs StreamRipperX is an open source (GPL) application for Mac OS X that allows you to listen to Internet radio streams and record the songs as individual MP3 files. Don't miss your favourite radio shows or DJ mixes! This update has some important fixes - Fixed for OSX10.1.5 users - Added French localisation Some features of this application: * Drag'n'drop radio stations from iTunes or web pages * Tuner functionality lets you find radio stations by genre * ShoutCast and IceCast compatible System Requirements: OS X 10.1.5 - Jaguar Radio stations: Compatible with iTunes radio stations, and other ShoutCast stations. Installation: Attached file is a disk image (.dmg) file - open and drag application to hard drive Home page: http://www.streamripperx.com Author: streamripperx@bitcartel.com

File Name: sys-ex-452.hqx (240 k)
Date: Aug 20, 2000
From: Steve Grace Subject: SysEx 4.5.2 SysEx Universal MIDI Librarian By Steve Grace Version 4.5.2 - August 2000 SysEx is a free MIDI librarian program for the Macintosh. SysEx can transmit and receive system exclusive (sysex) messages via MIDI and can save and load these messages to and from disk. SysEx now features user-configurable settings to specify a pause between system exclusive messages when transmitting and to specify the receive buffer size, which can now be as large as 1024 KB (1 MB) and as small as 64 KB. SysEx requires a Macintosh computer with a 68020, 68030, 68040, or PowerPC processor, System 7.0 or greater, and Opcode Systems' OMS (version 1.2 or greater) or equivalent (some versions of Mark of the Unicorn's FreeMIDI, including versions 1.34 and 1.35, can emulate OMS). For more information visit the SysEx home page at http://www.pobox.com/~sgrace/sysex/

File Name: talk-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: May 14, 1997
From: tommy.widenflycht@scoop.se Subject: Talk 1.0 Talk is a tool for Cron, also avaliable on Info-Mac. It speaks the string entered using the Speech Manager. HappiWare-if you like it, remember to smile. :-) Tommy

File Name: talk-11.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1997
From: bbn@hem1.passagen.se Subject: Talk 1.1 Talk is a tool for Cron. It speaks the string entered using the Speech Manager, with an user selectable voice (new in this release). Sincerely, Tommy Widenflycht

File Name: talk-time-10.hqx (128 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1999
From: Simon Kornblith Subject: TalkTime 1.0 - a talking scheduling application TalkTime is a simple scheduling application for the Macintosh. It speaks data about the events using Speech Manager. It can also display an alert if you are going to be away from your computer at the time the event occurs. This can help you if your forgetful, or if you just want the scare your friends while they're near your computer. The unregistered version does not allow you to make an alert appear (as described above) and will not let you run the program for over 100 runs.

File Name: t-cube-10.hqx (48 k)
Date: Nov 10, 1994
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 1994 12:06:30 -0700 From: vogel@taurus.apple.com (Les Vogel) Subject: Newton Program T-Cube submission --========================_25202124==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" T-Cube v1.0 August 12, 1994 Designed by: Dan Venolia (dvenolia@apple.com) & Forrest Neiberg Newton Port: Les Vogel T-Cube is a new way of entering characters and text on Newton. It complements handwriting recognition and the soft keyboard. Characters correspond to "flick" gestures made into the T-Cube window. After you have installed T-Cube, it is accessed by tapping its button in the Note Pad status bar. T-Cube shows nine buttons arranged like a wheel. Pressing and holding the pen down in any of the button shows a different "pie menu" containing eight characters. You can "type" a character by moving the pen in one of the eight directions, then lifting it. This sounds like a tedious way to type, but as you start to memorize common characters, such as space and "e", you can make the gesture directly, without invoking the pie menu. Using the menu, an "e" is made by pressing in the "north" button and dragging to the north-east. As a gesture, this is a simple flick that starts in the north button and proceeds to the north-east. You should have the most common characters memorized after only an hour of use. More information on the design of T-Cube can be found in: Venolia, D. and Neiberg, F. "T-Cube: A Fast, Self-Disclosing Pen-Based Alphabet," in Proceedings of CHI '94 (Boston, April 24-28, 1994), ACM Press, pp. 265-270. The Newton T-Cube package may be distributed freely, provided that this text accompanies it. T-Cube may not be distributed for profit without prior written consent. (c) 1994 Apple Computer, Inc. All Rights Reserved. --========================_25202124==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="T-Cube.hqx" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="T-Cube.hqx"

File Name: the-analogue-ripper.hqx (768 k)
Date: Oct 14, 2001
From: Ian Mann Subject: The Analogue Ripper - Sound Recorder Editor - Mac The Analogue Ripper allows recording of LPs, Cassettes, 8-Track tapes, Reel To Reel - in fact any analogue sound source for which you have playback equipment. The Ripper includes powerful editing and playback tools to break large sound files up into tracks. The tracks can be saved to disk for burning to CD, or sent direct to your preferred Mp3 encoder. Web Page http://homepages.which.net/~i.mann/TAR/Ripper.html Requires : PPC Macintosh Computer 8 Mb Free Ram System 8.1 or later. - it might work with 7.6 but I haven�t been able to try it. Monitor Resolution 832 x 624 pixels minimum. Approx 500 Mb disk space. Note that less than 2 Mb of disk space is required for the program, the rest is for your recordings! E-Mail i.mann@which.net Shareware

File Name: the-nirvana-soundset.hqx (600 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: jackdugan187@hotmail.com Subject: Soundset The Nirvana Soundset 1.11998 - this is a rockin' soundset to be used with the Hotline Client. You can download the Hotline Client at http://www.hotlinesw.com. The Nirvana Soundset 1.1 is shareware. Greg Ormiston jackdugan187@hotmail.com

File Name: tic-tac-toe.hqx (308 k)
Date: Aug 28, 1998
From: ABLIN311@aol.com Subject: Tic Tac Toe 1.0 Tic Tac Toe--simple...smooth...addictive. Detailed 3d graphics and an awesome sound track. Includes 3 levels of computer intelligence to play against.

File Name: tigers.hqx (280 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: horace@erinet.com Subject: Tigers! The Tiger Cavern is designed for Wolfenstein 1st Encounter. It is 6 levels, and it is AWESOME! One of these levels is equivalent to a level from a scenerio from WolfAddict, but of course, you can't actually believe that until you hear that from other people! Comes with Tiger Sounds, some sounds for 1st Encounter. Enjoy, and try my other products, too!

File Name: troubleshooting-101-ia.hqx (1268 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: eddingto@ddbniac.com Subject: Troubleshooting 101 IA The "Troubleshooting 101 Presentation" is a fully interactive application designed to help you troubleshoot your Macintosh if it bombs or freezes under System 6.0 through 7.6. It won't help you with a "Sad Mac" on startup problem, won't bring back a trashed file, and it won't make your boss give you a raise, but it just might bail you out of a bad situation. This is written with a Macintosh novice in mind but contains useful information for all levels of Macintosh users. There are two versions of this troubleshooting presentation, but both have identical content. "Troubleshooting 101 IA.sit" (or "Troubleshooting 101 IA") is the "basic" presentation. "Troubleshooting 101 IA wM.sit" (or "Troubleshooting 101 IA w MUSIC") contains background music which plays throughout the presentation. This is the "Troubleshooting 101 IA" version. It requires a Macintosh with a 14" monitor and capable of displaying 256 colors or more. The "Troubleshooting 101 Presentation" was created by the same author of the "Troubleshooting 101 DA". It is not designed to replace the "Troubleshooting 101 DA" but to compliment it. For more information, please visit http://rampages.onramp.net/~reddingt | Royce Eddington | eddingto@ddbniac.com |

File Name: uu-parser-172.hqx (112 k)
Date: May 20, 1994
From "jsl@netcom.com (John S. Lee)" Sun May 15 22:27:43 1994 Date: Sat, 14 May 1994 09:11:59 -0700 From: jsl@netcom.com (John S. Lee) Subject: UUParser 1.72 --========================_7479692==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" To the administator!!: ** The version shipped to you contained incomplete docs and one very minor bug in the program. These have been corrected and tested. I would GREATLY appreciate it if you replace the current version with this one. Thank you, John S. Lee Description follows ---------- UUParser 1.72 is now avaialble. This is a major upgrade to version 1.71, with many fixes, and additional features. UUParser is one of the easiest to use file strippers and uuencoders/uudecoders available for the Mac. It support several different encoding methods (mac->unix, unix->mac, AIFF->ULAW, AIFF->Linear), and is the fastest decoder avaialbe for the Macintosh. It can operate fully in the background (for unattended encoding/decoding of several files), and lots more! Here are some things you may want to know about UUParser: UUParser 1.72 & 1.8 features 0X1.48B4BBFFFEE50P-895utomatic stripping of header information from files "S"aved from a usenet newsgroup. % "Smart" uudecoding. Fully user configurable. 3221220944uencoding of AIFF (sound) files is now supported. 3221220944uencoding/decoding in PC, UNIX, and AIFF formats. % User control over output file location. % Join multiple text files for UUParsing & automatic decoding, from the menu OR the Finder. % User configurable preferences. 0X1.48B4BBFFFEE50P-895utomatic scan of text files for anomalies. % Drag & Drop supported via System 7. % Parsing/uudecoding/encoding occurs in the background. % Decodes/encodes/parses/splits/joins ANY SIZE FILE, regardless of memory! % The FASTEST uudecoding/encoding available for the Mac! % Many other new features added, with updated documentation! *Version 1.72 is now the sharware version until further notice. --- binhex attached --- --========================_7479692==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="UUParser1.72.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="UUParser1.72.sea"

File Name: voice-controlled-finder-18.hqx (432 k)
Date: Nov 28, 1999
From: Dave Miller Subject: Voice-controlled Finder 1.8 This package contains AppleScript scripts that I have developed to enable voice-control of many Macintosh Finder functions. These scripts extend and in some cases replace scripts provided with the PlainTalk speech recognition software from Apple Computer. These scripts use the basic, minimum AppleScript set-up in System 8.5.1. You will need a PPC computer and System 8.5.1 (some scripts may run under earlier systems). For more information on these AppleScript scripts and other software I have developed, or for questions, comments, and feedback contact: Dave Miller http://www.stanford.edu/~dmiller/ http://www.stanford.edu/~dmiller/speech/dwtspeech.html davem@pangea.stanford.edu

File Name: vse-sound-lib-1.hqx (580 k)
Date: Jun 08, 1999
From: Selbach@vse-online.com Subject: VSE Sound Library - Part 1 This is a the first part of the freeware VSE Sound Library, a collection of high quality 16 bit stereo sound samples in the M ac OS System 7 sound format. Part 1 contains three samples of a stereo house organ with drums and effects. All samples of the VSE Sound Library can be looped and combined. They are produced with professional studio equipment and they are freeware. System Requirements: Mac OS System 7 or higher

File Name: wadenizer-20.hqx (60 k)
Date: Jun 26, 1997
From: kallisti@mailbag.com (Ron Midthun) Subject: WADenizer 2.0 MacDoom Utility The WADenizer is a utility for converting Doom II WAD add-on files so they work better with MacDoom. Specifically, it expands sprites like the PC program DeUSF, fixes the demos so Doom will not crash, and allows map conversion from Doom to Doom II. It can also extract parts of the files, allowing you separate sound, map, and graphic portions. Version 2.0 of the WADenizer adds support for more WADs, such as the Army of Darkness conversion, and allows the copying of miscellaneous other WAD information previous versions ignored. Ron Midthun People Of Little Integrity Taking kallisti@mailbag.com In Complete Schmucks = POLITICS

File Name: waste-object-handlers-126.hqx (100 k)
Date: Sep 16, 1997
From: hsoi@eden.com Subject: WASTE Object Handlers 1.2.6 The WASTE Object Handlers are a companion to Marco Piovanelli's WASTE text engine. They require WASTE to work, and WASTE can be found at: . This C code library gives "drop and play" functionality to your WASTE-based projects to allow you to handle objects such as PICT's, sounds, HFS/file objects in your WASTE documents. Additionally, this library's handlers extend WASTE's drag-and-drop functionality to include objects of this kind. A must for anyone using WASTE. For more information about the handlers, please see it's enclosed README document (it's not THAT big to download) :) Thanx, and enjoy! John C. Daub Hsoi's Shop

File Name: welcome-startup-10.hqx (176 k)
Date: Jan 22, 2000
From: "Stephen R. Gross" Subject: WelcomeStartup Application, Utility and Source Code WelcomeStartup issues an appropriate startup greeting depending on the time of day. The time periods are defined as: Morning : 5 AM - Noon MidDay : Noon - 8 PM Evening : 8 PM - 5 AM and can not be changed without recompilation. (source code is included). WelcomeStartup is eMailWare. All I want to know is where you are and which site enticed you to download WelcomeStartup. Any other feedback is also welcome - Positive or negative. Place WelcomeStartup in your Startup Items Folder in your System Folder or doubleclick on the application and sit back, it doesn't take long. It requires no other user action. WelcomeStartup comes with a bonus WelcomeStartupUtility Application which can be used to change the embedded greetings.

File Name: window-shade-only.hqx (8 k)
Date: Nov 13, 1998
From: jnaron3@mac.lover.org Subject: Windowshade ONLY Soundset for Mac OS 8.5 Windowshade ONLY Soundset by James F. Naron, III This file is for all those folks out there who, like me, wanted to be able to use just the Windowshade sounds of old, without all the other bells and whistles. Just drop this file on your system folder and then select "Windowshade ONLY Soundset" in the sounds tab of the Appearance Control panel, then sit back and enjoy! This file is "whatever-you-want-ware" - drop me an email, send me some cash or a postcard from your hometown, or just keep it for free... Whatever you want to do. My address (for cash, postcards, free hardware and software) is: James F. Naron, III 508 Jefferson Ave. Oxford, MS 38655 email: jnaron3@mac.lover.org

File Name: zafir-21.hqx (5256 k)
Date: May 28, 1998
From: hao.li@maxm.se Subject: Zafir21 Zafir is a shareware text editor with built-in support to Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Althogh Zafir shows text with style and color, it's not a word processor. Zafir is aimed to these who do not have a language kit from Apple but want to to edit these two-byte languages, or to these who want faster and better input support. Features: � Appearance manager savvy. � Apple Guide support. � Multiple styled and colored text. � Undo support. � Drag-and-Drop support. � Embedded objects (currently: files, pics and sounds). � Memory dependent file size limit (greater than 32K). � Searching and replacing text. � Multiple Monitor Support. � Code convertion between GB and BIG5. � HZ code support via import/export. � Built-in support to Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. � Background color. � Line wrap option. � etc. System Requirements: System 7.0 or greater. 68020 or greater/PowerPC 601 or greater. Hao Li 1998-05-22

File Name: zterm-sounds.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1994
From: pinky@free.org (Snausageman!) Subject: submission: Zterm sounds Date: Thu, 3 Nov 1994 17:35:11 -0600 (CST) These are three sounds I recorded one night because I was bored with the sounds I had before. They're not especially fantastic, but they're simple. connect is me saying "connection established" filedone is me saying "file transfer complete" termbell is me popping my cheek. 8^) enjoy! Bruce -- Bruce W. Anderson, spock@bsu-cs.bsu.edu, pinky@free.org +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+ | Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, | | or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom | | of speech or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to | | assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. | +-----------------------------------------------------------------------+


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