converting simplesound files

Power Mac G3
November 22, 2006 at 08:20:08
Specs: Mac OS 9.1, PowerPC/352 MB
Does anyone know of converter software to convert simplesound files to another audio format (MP3, AIFF, etc)that would work on a PowerMac G3, OS 9.1?

Bob Bacon

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November 22, 2006 at 18:59:03
Try Audacity its free do a google search

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November 29, 2006 at 07:03:35 this good's free...

SoundApp can play and convert from the following sound formats:
SoundCap (including Huffman-compressed) and Studio Session Instruments
SoundEdit (including stereo, MACE-3 and MACE-6),
AIFF and AIFF-C (8-, 16-, 24- and 32-bit, MACE-3, MACE-6, IMA 4:1, -law and QuickTime codecs),
System 7 sound and 'snd ' resource (including MACE-3, MACE-6, IMA 4:1 and -law),
QuickTime MooV (soundtracks only, including MIDI movies),
Sun Audio .au and NeXT .snd (including -law, a-law, 8-, 16-, 24- and 32-bit linear, 32- and 64-bit floating point, G.721 ADPCM and G.723 ADPCM),
Windows WAVE (including GSM-, IMA- and MS ADPCM-compressed, -law and a-law, 8-, 16- and 32-bit linear),
MPEG audio (layers I, II and III, requires a PowerPC processor for playback),
Iomega RecordIt,
CD audio,
Sound Blaster VOC,
Atari AVR (including stereo and 8- and 16-bit),
Many varieties of MODs, ScreamTracker 3 (S3M), Multitracker (MTM),
Impulse Tracker (IT) (requires a PowerPC processor),
MIDI (type 0, 1 and 2, including GS and XG; playback only),
Amiga IFF/8SVX (including stereo and compressed),
Sound Designer and Sound Designer II (including split stereo),
IRCAM (8- and 16-bit linear and 32-bit floating point), and
Ensoniq PARIS,
Psion Series 3 and EPOC 32 (Psion Series 5) sounds.

I think that the original developers site is no more, however, and since almost all the links on the web point makes it very difficult to find nowadays..but...

here's a link:(tested)

(heres the page if they don't allow remote linking..

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