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Canary - Mac OS 9 PPC

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For Mac OS 9
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Canary is a software tool for the digital acquisition, manipulation, analysis, and measurement of sound on Macintosh computers. Canary was developed by the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program with support from the National Science Foundation and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to provide a low-cost, user-friendly research and teaching environment tailored to the needs of biologists working with acoustic signals. Many of the capabilities provided by Canary have previously been available only in much more expensive software packages.

Canary's user interface and documentation are designed to make these features accessible to users who may not have extensive backgrounds in acoustics or signal processing, without sacrificing the power and rigor demanded by sophisticated users.

Canary runs only on Macintosh computers booted under Mac OS 9.2 and older:
Canary does not run properly in Classic mode on computers booted under Mac OS X. For sound analysis on computers running Mac OS X or Windows, we recommend Raven.

Canary files can be converted to Mac Binary and AIFF format for use in Raven.
Free programs are available to convert Canary-format sound files to AIFF and MacBinary formats.

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)