CD-quality sound is sampled at
16bit/44.1KHz and takes up 10MB per minute. These files have all
been downsampled to 22K and are of three different types:
16-bit Stereo (5MB/minute)
8-bit Stereo (2.5MB/minute)
8-bit Mono (1.25MB/minute)
These sound files are all saved in the
"WAV" format so as to be as compatible as possible. Any
sound capable computer should, therefore, be able to read them.
On Macintosh computers there are several shareware programs that will read "WAV" files. SoundApp works very well and is easy to use. The latest versions of Netscape Navigator will also read "WAV" files directly.
If you have a modem connection, download time can be a problem. I've found that the best time to download is between 4-7am Greenwich Standard Time.
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