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Help: Audio

Audio files are marked with speaker and several different formats are used: wav, asx, midi, mp3, ra and ram. For a complete list of all audio formats and detailed descriptions see the Sonic Spot page. You must have the appropriate plug-in or player software available to enjoy these music files. In some cases, the audio clip is only for a portion of the composition to avoid copyright infringement.

What you need to hear MIDI audio samples

Various browser plug-ins are available that play MIDI audio files. Some are free downloads (see MidiRing Utilities page). The Crescendo plug-in described by MidiRing also plays MP3 files and works on Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers.

What you need to hear MP3 audio samples

Download  Winamp. The Lite version is fine for MP3 but the Standard version also plays MIDI and WAV type files. Another very good and free player is Music Match

What You Need To Hear RealAudio Samples

If your system is not equipped with a RealPlayer, you can download one for free. If you use a Windows-based PC (95/98/ME/2000/NT) with a Pentium-class processor or the Macintosh operating system, download  RealPlayer. If you are a WebTV user, your system already supports RealAudio.


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