Goldwave : Java Glossary

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Goldwave Goldwave

Goldwave 6.31 Last revised/verified: 2017-09-21 is shareware utility  $45.00 USD for manipulating sound files, changing volume, editing them, coverting them to different formats etc. One of its most common uses is changes Microsoft *.wav files to Sun *.au files.

To convert Microsoft Window *.wav files to *.au format you need some sort of utility such as the shareware Goldwave.

The Gold Wave installer is quite confusing. To install into F:\Program Files\GoldWave, first manually create directory F:\Program Files\GoldWave before you start the install. Then in the installer, navigate to F:\Program Files then type GoldWave into the Program Folder box.

You might have a little trouble finding the play button gold wave play button. It is on the separate Control Panel off to the right.

The trial version is only mildly hobbled. I own a registered copy.

It handles many file formats including *.aiff, *.au, *.avi, *.flacc, *.mp3, *.mps, *.ogg, *.sds (midi sample), *.snd, *.wav and *.wma, but not real audio or *.midi.

It does many special effects.

To covert a sound file to Sun au format you just open it, save as, picking format Sun au ⇒ Java/Web, μ-Law, 8000 Hz (Hertz), 64Kbps, mono.

The program is created in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

Applets: using sound

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