MacPAG
MacPAG 1.2
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Create audio files containing a series of tones.   Demo ($19.99)
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MacPAG - Programmable Audio Generator - is a program for creating audio files containing a series of tones.

PAG is useful for creating files of test tones, for testing audio software, or equipment. Let's say you wanted to make a file of DTMF (Touch Tone) tones to test out some equipment. You can use PAG to generate such a file.

PAG reads in a text file to define what audio to produce. There are four sections to the file:
  • File format
  • Defintion of tones
  • Macros
  • Tones to send
What's New
Version 1.2 adds a real time single tone and tone sequence generator.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later








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Anonymous reviewed on 08 May 2005
Well i got it because i wanted to test my iPod speakers, it works for what i wanted it for, but its not 20 dollers worth.
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Downloads:4,086
Version Downloads:2,221
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Demo
Date:04 Dec 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price: $19.99
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MacPAG - Programmable Audio Generator - is a program for creating audio files containing a series of tones.

PAG is useful for creating files of test tones, for testing audio software, or equipment. Let's say you wanted to make a file of DTMF (Touch Tone) tones to test out some equipment. You can use PAG to generate such a file.

PAG reads in a text file to define what audio to produce. There are four sections to the file:
  • File format
  • Defintion of tones
  • Macros
  • Tones to send


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