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26.1 (latest version)
Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Vista - English
Nobody would ever think that his QWERTY keyboard could be a music instrument. We used to think that it is made for typing words. From now on, you can use it to play and create music without knowing any single note. It is indeed an entertaining way to compose.

Key features:

-Composition: Soundplant is composed of 72 keyboard keys that can help you trigger sound. Each key produces different notes in which you can add sound effects. Moreover, the mouse can also be used to play sound like a virtual cart machine.

-Customizable keyboard configurations: your screen is pretty animated. The software presents highlighted onscreen keyboards keys. The program helps you save and load keyboard configuration as keymap files that are compatible with wav sounds feature.

-Options: While triggering sounds, the application allows you to loop, to overlap, to restart, to mute, to pause and to fade the music. These options can be used to play different formats such as .wav, .aif, .mp3, .mp4, .m4a, .aac, .flac, .wma, .alac, .wv, .ogg, .snd, .ape. for audio and mpg, flv, 3gp for videos.

-Edition: If the application can support the format of the file, the user can always modify them and so on. Soundplant can also master tones and play 8 stereo or mono samples simultaneously.

System requirements:

-Memory: 256 MB

-The software only runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X.

-Processor: Pentium 500 Mhz.

-Hard disk: 22.1 MB for Mac, 8.2MB for Windows.


-The application is free.

-It a very easy to use application.


-It is only available on English.


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Latest update on September 7, 2012 at 01:16 AM.
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June 4, 2013

looks like fun, now to try it out. :)
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