Just to the beginning: Sound-A-Speech is not a bussines-application to
long for. It's also no MultiMedia-Talent, but rather a
Jokeprogram to use at home with a maximum valueof benefit for DJ's,
Storytellers or traveling enterprises at best.
Sound-A-Speech (SAS) is FREEWARE and re-plays Jingles in an easy
manner. All WAV-, WMA-, RMI-, MP3- or MID-Files may be used as Jingles and
are assigned to the 75 buttons of the 'Maschine' by Drag and Drop. The
Jingles are replayed by simply clicking on the appropriate button.
Sound-A-Speech comes with 2 interfaces - the 'big engine' has 75
buttons and the 'small engine' has 15 buttons.
"That's all Folks"
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Sound-A-Speech (SAS) will be very seldom used as the main application - I
guess it rather will be used as a tool. Once when SAS has been startet and every
time you want to use SAS again, you could either
invoke it out of the taskbar or you leave it "ON TOP". In the
operation mode "ON TOP" it could possible absorb an importent part of the main
program, but with ist 4 interfaces it can be paced very descreet somewhere on
Running SAS for the first time you will see the "Big-Maschine" with its 75
available buttons. A click on
makes the buttons to disappear.
If this interface still does not suits your "gusto" - click on to
change to the "Small-Maschine".
A click on will
show the first 15 buttons on the "Small-Maschine".
The A in Sound-A-Speech brings up a "Play-Liste" and by
double clicking on a Titel you fire off the that listed sound.
At this point it is very important to me to point out that Sound-A-Speech is
Freeware and not Malware. There are no functions included to contact any other
server to convey personal or secret data. You also will never see a Nag-Screen
to beg for money or else, nor will you be inundated with adds.
This program is an exercise to gain and increase my programming knowledge. It
never was intended to make this program a major bussines application, but having
fun programming. Finally I think its sad if this program ends in the bin and -
maybe there are some others with a kitty humor.
In every sense: Have Fun
P.S. Helpful suggestions, virtual applaus or constructive criticism
The actual Version is 8.5 dated 24. November 2010
The Setup-Program is wrapped by the
corresponding ZIP-Archive. After the Download extract and start the Setup-Program.
Follow the information and instructions issued by installroutine.
If necessary change target directory. Sound-A-Speech does not make
any entry in the Registry, all information is kept in
a INI-File. After the installation you will find
[ XP] c:\Dokuments and
c:\Dokuments and Settings\BUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Natrium\Soundaspeech\
subdirectory named "Sound" holding all sample sounds.
Sound-A-Speech issues no actions requiring administration rights. In
order to allow "Drag & Drop" it is important to set the "compatibility mode"
to Windows XP - found in the program properties. Also the
Authorization must be deactivated which is also true for "compatibility for all