Sound Cue For Mac

Posted onby admin

Medieval CUE Splitter is a free tool that splits a sing big audio file into the relative independent audio tracks based its associated .CUE file without decoding or re-encoding. Medieval CUE Splitter supports DTS-WAV of DTS-Audio CD and lots of audio files including uncompressed pcm WAVE, MP3, FLAC, APE, OGG, WMA, MPC, WV and TTA. Unicode, UTF8, and ANSI CUE files are supported.

Sound

Medieval CUE Splitter is Windows PC based software, that is to say there is no Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac. If you use a Mac, you will not be able to use Medieval CUE Splitter except you run it in VMware Workstation Virtual machine, which costs $249 and is quite complicated and slow.

Sound cue for macbook

Some of the cue types available:. Single (mono or stereo) audio file. A list of audio files to play sequentially for pre-show, intermission, etc. Timed pauses. Control cues to act upon other cues. Serial strings to trigger an external device. MIDI sequence (music) playback. MIDI command to control external equipment. MIDI Mute for audio muting on external mixer Cues can be linked in various ways. Speech therapy software for your Mac. Speech Sounds On Cue available for your Macintosh. This program for apraxia, articulation, and word-retrieval (aphasia) will run on a Macintosh computer with: OS X version 10.4 or higher. Power PC, G3, G4, G5 or Intel Processor; 1024x768 pixel screen. Show Cue System gives you back control. With SCS you can assemble all the cues you need in the order in which they are to be played. You can set the required level (volume), pan, length and speaker selection for each cue. Hotkeys are available for those sounds, etc you may want to play at any time.

Though there is no Medieval CUE Splitter Mac version, it is still possible to split pcm WAVE, MP3, FLAC, APE, OGG, WMA, MPC, WV and TTA and DTS-WAV of DTS-Audio CD on a Mac. TechiSky found there is Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac alternative that can replace Medieval CUE Splitter on a Mac.

Introduces Medieval CUE Splitter Mac Alternative

Faasoft Audio Converter for Mac is an excellent Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac alternative which can batch split CUE associated audio file like split MP3 CUE, split FLAC CUE, split M4A CUE, split APE CUE, split WAV CUE, Split OGG CUE, MPC, WV, TAK, TTA, AMR, AAC, AIFF, AU, RA, etc. with audio tags.

Besides, Faasoft Audio Converter for Mac is more than a Mac CUE Splitter. It can also convert between almost all video and audio formats, convert video optimized for mobile devices like iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, extract audio from video as well as edit audio and video with built-in video editor.

How to Split pcm WAVE, MP3, FLAC, APE, OGG, WMA, MPC, WV and TTA with CUE with CUE Splitter for Mac?

Prepare: Download Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac

Download Faasoft Audio Converter for Mac, install and launch it.

Sound Cue For Pc

Step 1: Load CUE associated audio files to CUE Splitter for Mac

Click on “Add files” button to browse and open your audio files (like MP3, APE, WAV, FLAC, etc). This Mac CUE Splitter does not require loading the CUE files to the program interface.

Step 2: Split CUE associated audio files

When your music files are added to the Mac CUE Splitter, use the mouse or press Command+A to select all the music files. Press Ctrl and click the mouse to open the context menu. Click “Split by Chapter” in the context menu in the task list, the long and large music files will be automatically split to tracks.

Step 3: Set desired audio format for split CUE files on a Mac

Take split FLAC CUE to MP3 for example, Click on the “Profile” Drop-down list and choose “MP3 – MPEG Layer-3 Audio (*.mp3)” as the profile from “Audio” category. Click “Browse” to choose the folder where you want to put the converted files.

Click “Settings” to open the “Advanced Setting” window where you can change audio bitrate, audio channels and volumes.

Step 4: Start to split CUE associated audio files on Mac

Press on “Convert” button on the bottom right. Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac will start splitting CUE based pcm WAVE, MP3, FLAC, APE, OGG, WMA, MPC, WV and TTA to short tracks as well as convert them to desired audio formats.

Good news everyone – I am working on MultiPlay 3 right now.

It uses a new audio playback “engine”, has OSC control / cues and more!

Don’t forget to donate if you can so MultiPlay development can continue.

Check out the new da-Share Forum

MultiPlay is a Windows based program designed to play audio cues for theatre or corporate use. It is free to use in both amateur and commercial environments.

A wide range (wav, mp3, wma, etc) of audio files are supported. If your installation of Windows Media Player can play it, so can MultiPlay.

    • Some of the cue types available:
  • Single (mono or stereo) audio file
  • A list of audio files to play sequentially for pre-show, intermission, etc
  • Timed pauses
  • Control cues to act upon other cues
  • Serial strings to trigger an external device
  • MIDI sequence (music) playback
  • MIDI command to control external equipment
  • MIDI Mute for audio muting on external mixer

Cues can be linked in various ways to play at the same time or after each other, etc as well as stop/fade other cues. Productions can be named, saved, loaded, printed and exported.

Sound Cue Playback For Mac

Each audio cue can be assigned to one of several audio groups. Each of those groups can be assigned any one of the available stereo audio cards. A preview function can be routed to another stereo output.

Contact the author

Please consider a donation (even a small one) if you find this software useful.

Version 2.5.5.0 (31/08/2013) Please use use 16-bit wav files instead of mp3. The video cues do not work.

Multiplay Sound Cue For Mac

Your donations help offset the cost of writing this software and the tools I need to buy to do it.

Sound Cue For Android

Online help for version 2.5.5.0 is HERE