Play Sound for MAC

v 1.6.7
Category  Music Audio

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About Play Sound For MAC

Play sound is a simple and straightforward sound player. It supports QuickTime sound files, such as AIFF or MP3 files, Classic Mac OS System 7 sounds files (files with a type of sfil' that contains'snd' resources), and any'snd' resources embedded in any file. You can play unlimited sounds simultaneously or one at a given time. You can play loops, repeat sounds, play specific portions of sounds, control volume, pause and resume sound play, and press Escape or Command-Period keys for sound abort.

Drag and drop the sound files onto the Play Sound icon on the Mac OS Finder to use Play Sound as a sound player. You can also set the Mac OS X Finder up to automatically open sound files whenever you double-click them. (See Using Play Sound as a Sound Player in this documentation for detailed instructions).

Play Sound can be scripted, which allows AppleScript writers to use simple and easy-to-understand English syntax. This allows them to play QuickTime-supported sound file, Classic Mac OS System 7 sound file, and even'snd' resources embedded in script applets. You can script Play Sound by calling it from any AppleScript script.

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Whats New

Version 1.6.7:

  • Fixed a bug where Play Sound, on OS X 10.5, was not handling sound file paths sent as Unicode text strings
  • Fixed a bug where Play Sound would return a "player status" of "quitting" if you sent a quit command, but sounds were still playing; now, Play Sound will return "playing" until all sounds are done playing, and then return "quitting" just before quit