AmiSoundED

AmiSoundED

Description

AmiSoundED (formerly known as SoundED) is a sample editor written for OS4.x that supports editing of mono and stereo sound samples in 8, 16, 24 and 32 bits per sample.

Sample data is not kept in a single contiguous block of memory so that functions like cut and paste require very little extra memory and copying around of data, and are therefore very fast even when editing very large sample files. This also means that it shouldn't suffer as much if the memory address space is fragmented from running other programs.

Requirements

Features

  • AHI playback
  • AHI recording
  • Full locale support
  • Clipboard support (uses AIFF for >8 bits per sample)
  • Direct to disk recording in uncompressed AIFF format
  • Application.library support

Formats supported for loading

  • IFF-8SVX (.8svx, .iff)
    • uncompressed
    • Fibonacci delta compression
    • Exponantial delta compression
  • IFF-AIFF / IFF-AIFC (.aiff)
    • uncompressed
  • RIFF-WAVE (.wav)
    • PCM, MS/IMA ADPCM, GSM610, a-law, µ-law, ...
  • MP3 (.mp3)
  • OGG Vorbis (.ogg)
  • WavPack (.wv)

Formats supported for saving

  • IFF-8SVX (.8svx, .iff)
  • IFF-AIFF (.aiff)
  • RIFF-WAVE (.wav)
  • MP3 (.mp3)
  • OGG Vorbis (.ogg)
  • WavPack (.wv)

Downloads

Copyright © 2018 Fredrik Wikström (fredrik at a500 dot org)