Hi Keao,

Thanks, glad that you are having fun with my waver program.

I wrote the program for when I was editing wav files for my games.  I wanted to 
hear how they would sound when played with DirectX like my games would.  Which 
can be a bit different than with say Gold Wave or Windows Media Player.  Then 
just though that I would throw it in with Monopoly.


----- Original Message -----
That little program is fun to mess around with, even iff you had all of Jim's games installed, includeing spanker.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Kitchen" <j...@kitchensinc.net>
To: "Charles Rivard" <Gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2010 12:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] question for jim kitchen

Hi Charles,

The waver program is a small simple wave file player program.

Here are what the function keys do.

f 1. say special keys. f 2. search. f 3 search next. f 4. spell file name. f 5. go to replay. f 6. go to play. f 7. test play. f 8. play all. f 9. play random files. f 12. change voice. control key adjust rate of speech. escape key go to exit. The waver program also works like the Kitchensinc game menu program in that you can start typing in the name of a file or just use the arrow keys to move through the list of files.

BTW you can put a copy of the waver.exe program file in any folder that has wave (.wav) files.




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