[NTLK] Are Newton ROM sounds available in any commonly used audio format?

Andrew Beals andrew.beals at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 15:02:41 EDT 2013


The Download link on that page will net you a zip file with AIFF format
sound files, which you could use sox or ffmpeg to convert to something

Contains "Alarm", "Clock", "Drawer Close", "Drawer Open", "Frog", "Page
Turn", "Paper Toss", "Select 1", "Select 2", "Start Up", and "Trash".

On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 1:41 PM, Frank Gruendel <newtontalk at pda-soft.de>wrote:

> Hi gang,
> Matthias and I are currently working on making Einstein sounds work on
> Android. At least for sounds that are predefined in the Newton's ROM, it
> wouldn't be all that smart to have the java side of Einstein interpret
> sound
> buffers delivered from the C side at runtime, convert them and finally feed
> them to the Android media player. It would be much easier if Matthias (aka
> "The C Side" aka "The Gui Who Lives In The Newton") could simply tell me
> (aka "The Java Side" aka "The Gui Who Lives In Android") which ROM sound to
> play. All I'd need is the Newton's ROM sounds in a sound format that an
> Android media player can handle, e. g. .wav, .mp3 or whatever. It wouldn't
> really matter. I can convert any format there is into something I can use.
> Is somebody aware of a place where sound files of built-in Newton sounds
> are
> available for download, or does somebody have them on his computer?
> Thanks
> Frank
> -- Newton software and hardware at http://www.pda-soft.de
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