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Re: MMA sounds and snd

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: MMA sounds and snd
  • From: TODD GAYLEY <TGAYLEY at ccit.arizona.edu>
  • Date: 14 Sep 1992 20:57:25 -0700 (MST)

Ken Sale (ken_sale at ldivgator.llnl.gov) asks:
 
>  I have generated some sounds with MMA that I would like to be able to
>  use on my Mac for the system beep etc.  Can anybody help me export a
>  MMA sound to a resource that the Mac can use?
 
This is very easy to do. Once you have generated the sound with a Play
statement, click on the little speaker icon in the top of the cell
bracket (this should select just the speaker, not the whole cell
bracket). Then copy to the clipboard. Mma puts the sound into the
clipboard in the "snd" resource format, ready to be pasted into any
applications that can handle it. You can use ResEdit to create a new
resource file, then just paste into it. Now your sound file is ready
to be played by virtually any sound program (like SoundMaster, for
example).
 
--Todd Gayley
--University of Arizona





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