SoundSet Constructor 1.0 Beta 2
SoundSet Constructor aids in the construction of soundsets.
One of the features in the Mac OS 8.5 version is an option in the Appearance control panel that will associate sounds with all the interface elements.
However, Apple did not provide a way to create your own sound files; nor did they even publicly document the internals of the sound files.
SoundSet Constructor (SSC) lets you create your own Sound Sets for Mac OS 8.5. Using SSC is easy, and it offers a couple of ways in which you can identify sounds and link them into a Sound Set.
Read the documentation for more information.
System Requirements: Mac OS 8.0 or better (8.5 recommended). 16MB RAM. Power Macintosh computer.
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