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Agent Audio

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AgentAudio12PPC.sit_.bin (1.02 MB)
MD5: f8c7d2ee21e5f875c9ad85e91ad5cd35
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
AgentAudio1268k.sit_.bin (1.01 MB)
MD5: 1bd6e25e5fb9ed210b20d3ff697cf07d
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver,

Agent Audio is a handy little tool that lets you change the sounds in applications and games.

You can backup the programs sound-set before fiddling with it, in case you ever want to revert the changes. Agent Audio's documentation boasts that it provides a safer option to sound customization in comparison to messing around in ResEdit (or Resorcerer).

It can also be used to get all the sounds out of a program/game ready to export into more modern and durable formats for use elsewhere. Simply export sounds to the 'SSW 7 sound' format, and use a program like SoundApp to convert it to whatever file format you choose!

PPC and 68k version finally available!

Architecture: 68k PPC

Min Specs:

• Mac OS 7.1
• Color Monitor
• 2MB RAm
• 1MB HD Space


meleemario's picture
by meleemario - 2014, July 2 - 6:34am

Thank you mrdav! I have updated this page accordingly!

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2014, June 24 - 9:23am

There is a copy of version 1.2 on the MacAddict Disc 19 in the Graphic & Sound folder

meleemario's picture
by meleemario - 2014, June 24 - 6:33am

My research pulls up that the final version of Agent Audio is 1.2, a PPC and 68k version both exist. I have searched everywhere, and cannot find it. This is an excellent program, along with SoundExtractor. Would be nice to have the final version of this program though for archival purposes.

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by bertyboy - 2010, November 1 - 10:49pm

Mmm, SoundLeech was the killer utility for pulling sounds, whatever resource format they were in, out of apps and documents. Or was it SoundExtractor. I still have it somewhere. iTunes could convert it's output to mp3.

I seem to remember pulling some sounds from Patton Strikes Back for my old Motorola v3i. Just as an alternative to that frog.

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by YYsMG - 2010, November 1 - 10:33pm

There are some sound effects from some old games that were just crying out to become a notification tone on my Blackberry. This program was the first step on a fiddly yet rewarding process