Analog Devices Sound Demo (W32)
|Analog Devices Sound Demo|
Analog Devices Sound Demo is a music collection bundled with Analog Devices SoundMAX drivers for Windows. It consists of five audio files and a sound bank demonstrating the features of audio codec, such as native MIDI playback with sound bank support.
Firstly this music was composed in 1999 for Staccato System's SynthCore Lite, but later Staccato was purchased by Analog Devices in 2000. The music is in the public domain now.
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The first three tunes were composed by James Hare (also mentioned as Hare Brained Ideas in the file metadata). Other files doesn't include metadata information.
- Ripper: binarymaster
- Recorder: binarymaster
- Game Credits:
(Source - file metadata)
The soundtrack were recorded using Winamp player. DLSbyXG.dls sound bank was used to render the music.
All files were collected from the drivers folder:
Test Tone is not included because it's just a white noise sample.