Audition is a small utility that will allow you to play sound files located in a disk directory. A play list is created of all sound files found in the selected folder. Sound files can be played individually, or the entire play list can be played.
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Description: Audition is a small utility that will allow you to play sound files located in a disk directory. A play list is created of all sound files found in the selected folder. Sound files can be played individually, or the entire play list can be played one after another. Double-click your mouse on a sound file listed in the play list to hear individual sounds. Commands are included to launch your favorite WAV file editor and speaker volume control applications. Audition provides a simple means of playing and editing all of those sound files you've been collecting. Audition includes a small stand-alone WAV file player applet that can be invoked from batch files or other programs that provide a means of running an external program with command line arguments. Audition can be configured to optionally place its icon in the taskbar tray.
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