A soundboard that supports almost all MP3s and WAVs. Sounds can be triggered with custom keyboard hot-keys and played through up to 2 outputs. i.e. Your speakers and a virtual audio cable.
Also allows for your mic to pass into the virtual audio cable when enabling Mic Injector.
This soundboard also incorporates a save feature.
- Java 7
If you want sounds to be played through voice chat you'll need a virtual audio cable.
(For Windows users I recommend the VB-Cable driver (http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Cable/index.htm).
(For Mac I recommend Soundflower. (http://cycling74.com/soundflower-landing-page/)).
- Easy to use soundboard app, allows soundboards to be saved.
- Use keyboard hotkeys to trigger sounds
- Play sounds through a virtual audio cable and still be able to hear them through your speakers
- Includes Mic Injecter to route sound from your mic into your virtual audio cable
- Includes converter tool for converting almost any audio file into a compatible one
The only reason I'm giving this program 2 stars instead of 1 is due to the fact that it works amazingly well on those lucky enough for this to run on. I am not so lucky. From what I've seen from other users, the sound quality is near perfect and the customizeable shortcuts make this extremely versatile. For me, I get a program that crashes on startup with Java 8. This wouldn't be too much of a problem if the dev wasn't MIA for 3 years and had available source code that could be recompiled in the latest version of Java. Neither of those are true, and there aren't any better alternative programs out there either. Let this be a lesson to developers to always open-source a project before abandoning it, or at least pass the project on to someone else who can continue to support it.
Is this project dead? The software has not been updated for 3 years.
I'm loving this program but it needs three more features. 1. Ability to load a set with hotkeys. So I can quickly switch to other soundboards using hotkeys. 2. Ability for a hotkey to play a random sound from a group of sounds. So if I have a soundboard and I want one hotkey to be a greeting, I could specify several files for the hotkey and it plays one randomly. This could fit into the edit window easily simply by being able to specify a folder that contains all the sound files you want to play (instead of just single files). This would be amazing, making soundboards sound incredibly varied. 3. A option to choose a dark window theme (dark background color with light text) If the Dev could consider these features I would be forever grateful. Let me know if I can help with any design question or testing or if you need any graphic design like a new logo or something.
Your application is unique. One of a kind on the whole internet. So many people need it. You did magnificent work. Let me know if you need anything
Exactly what I have looking for. Great combination with Virual Audio Cable.