|Here you see SoundPlay playing an mp3 file using its standard BeOS look.|
|You may think this is WinAmp, but this is also SoundPlay. Instead of the standard interface displayed above, you can also use SoundPlay's WinAmp interface. This is what SoundPlay looks like when put into WinAmp mode using a custom skin.|
SoundPlay is a powerful, award-winning audio player with an easy drag and drop interface, that plays a variety of file-formats, including WAV, AIFF, MS-ADPCM, IFF-8SVX, MOD, MIDI, mpeg layer 2 and 3 files and Ogg Vorbis. Third-party plugins extend the range of supported formats even further. Constantly innovating, SoundPlay was the first player on BeOS to play and mix multiple files, the first player to offer full independant pitch-control for each file, the first to do crossfades between files, the first replicable player, and is still the only player on BeOS (not to mention the first player on any platform) able to decode mpeg in reverse (playing backwards). SoundPlay comes with a variety of effect and visualization plugins, is a complete streaming server solution, and was even mentioned in congressional testimony!
I'm no longer accepting SoundPlay registrations, but you can download a free keyfile here. Copy to /boot/home/config/settings, then restart SoundPlay.
Download SoundPlay 4.9.3 for R5 x86 (1.2 MB)
Download SoundPlay 4.9.3 for R5 PPC (624 KB)