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For those of you new to this neck of the woods: SndSampler is a simple-to-use yet powerful sound editing application for the Macintosh, chosen by author and Macworld columnist David Pogue for inclusion in his best-selling book, Mac Secrets. Here are some of SndSampler's more salient features:
Want to listen to some way cool examples of what you can do with SndSampler? Or perhaps you'd care to read what the critics are saying about this fine application program. You might also want to peruse the list of known bugs or report a bug. If you have a bug to report, please check first to see if it is already known.
How much does it cost? For the unbelievably low price of $30 (USA) you become a registered user of all versions 4.x (i.e. any version which starts with the number 4) of SndSampler, even those versions 4.x which will be released in the future.
Can't hardly contain yourself waiting to download this little beauty, right?
First try to download here: placeholder text Official Site If that doesn't work, try these: QIX Info-Mac Hyperarchive Missing Manual
(Not all the second-try sites will necessarily have the latest version. But don't worry! You can register an older version 4.x now, and your registration code will work with any newer version 4.x whenever you're able to download it.)
The download is a binhexed (you'll need Stuffit Expander or some such utility to decode it) self-extracting archive which includes the application, manual, registration form (please use!), and other miscellaneous items.
Downloading on a pee-cee at work? No problem! Since the SndSampler archive is binhexed, it can be downloaded on any type of computer. All you need to do is put it on a disk and take it home to your Mac, where it can be decoded and uncompressed.