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CD Menu

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CD_Menu_1.0.1.sit (13.75 KB)
MD5: 59ba76e9a040085b8e6005c8902260ff
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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CD_Menu_1.3.2.sit (40.65 KB)
MD5: 1d79fdc083ea4bd2491e0a71d7e42759
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

In the days before mp3 we would put audio CDs into our Macs and listen to them. CD Menu is a control panel that will play your CDs automatically when you insert them.

It gives you access to all the CD controls, including volume, from your menu bar in any application. And it lets you assign hot keys for stop, play, skipping tracks, and best of all, eject. (No more exiting your application to drag the CD to the Trash!)

This is especially cool if you want to listen to music on your 68k Macintosh. Burn an audio CD with your favorite songs and listen to them on your good old Macintosh.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

CD Menu requires System 7.0 or higher, and a color capable Macintosh