October 5, 1993
What is SoundBuilder ?
SoundBuilder records, edits and saves sounds. SoundBuilder should run on any Macintosh with System 7 or later. Recording requires that a sound input device also be attached to your Mac. Only 8-bit sampled sounds are supported. Some of the program's features are listed below:
- Read and save SND, AIFF, AIFC, WAV and VOC format files as well as SoundBuilder's native format.
- Read unknown formats.
- Save multiple sounds to SND and native format files.
- Name SND resources.
- Supports stereo sounds.
- Supports 3 to 1 and 6 to 1 compression.
- Asynchronous recording of sound.
- Recording time is restricted only by the amount of RAM.
- Asynchronous playback of sounds at 5, 7, 11, 22, or 44 Khz.
- Play sections of sounds.
- Reverse sounds so they can be played backwards.
- "Silence" sections of sounds.
- Supports cut, copy, paste, clear, and undo editing commands.
- Set markers in sounds for easier editing.
- Zoom in on sections of sounds for easier editing.
- Play sounds in "clipboard".
- Save default sample rate, compression method, file type, and record time.
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SoundBuilder v2.0 / compressed w/ Stuffit
From Mac OS 7.0
up to Mac OS 9.2
At least 512KB of free RAM (recommended 1MB)
Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II