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Digital Audio Executable 1.0 - Makes a sound file self-playing. Resulting executable supports Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster, AdLib, Sound Source, and PC Speaker. Converts .VOC, .WAV, .SND, .DAS, .AU, and .IFF files. TA

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Digital Audio Executable 1.0 - Makes a sound
file self-playing. Resulting executable
supports Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster,
AdLib, Sound Source and PC Speaker. Converts
.VOC, .WAV, .SND, .DAS, .AU, and .IFF files.
TAG SOFTWARE - Reg $5.



File DAEXE10.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Music and Digitized Voice
Digital Audio Executable 1.0 – Makes a sound file self-playing. Resulting executable supports Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster, AdLib, Sound Source, and PC Speaker. Converts .VOC, .WAV, .SND, .DAS, .AU, and .IFF files. TA
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BING.DAS 21938 19830 deflated
BUGSBUNY.VOC 12015 8501 deflated
CATALOG.DOC 46742 17053 deflated
DAEXE.DOC 9368 3364 deflated
DAEXE.EXE 48504 21264 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 250 188 deflated
ILLBEBAK.SND 22906 14145 deflated
KLAXON1.WAV 10765 9623 deflated
README.DOC 6969 1991 deflated
REGISTER.DOC 3741 1117 deflated

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Digital Audio Executable 1.0 - Makes a sound
file self-playing. Resulting executable
supports Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster,
AdLib, Sound Source and PC Speaker. Converts
.VOC, .WAV, .SND, .DAS, .AU, and .IFF files.
TAG SOFTWARE - Reg $5.

Welcome to Digital Audio Executable version 1.0 10/22/94

Digital Audio Executable 1.0 is a program that creates
self-playing (.EXE) digital sound files. The created
executable file can play the attached sound file on a Sound
Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster, AdLib Personal Computer Music
System, Disney Sound Source, PC Speaker, or 100% compatibles.

This README file contains important, last minute information.
If you have a printer, please print and read the documentation
file DAEXE.DOC.

This program and the resultant executables have been tested
on the following:

- a 33MH 486 running DOS 6.0 with a Sound Blaster 16.
- a 25MH 386DX running MSDOS 3.3 with an AdLib.
- a 16MH 386SX running MSDOS 3.3 and PCDOS 2.1 with a
Sound Blaster 1.5 and a Disney Sound Source.

Playing sounds on the AdLib, Sound Source, and PC Speaker use
the system tick timer to provide the precise timing required

for these devices. Disk access distorts the sound. We will
work on the problem.

We are extremely interested in your constructive comments
and suggestions. Feedback from users, even negative
feedback, helps us to improve our products. We thank
you for your interest in TAG SOFTWARE.

Please send your comments or suggestions to :
..........................
: :
: TAG SOFTWARE :
: 5909 Shepherd Lane :
: Seabrook, MD 20706 :
:........................:

Or we can be reached on The Programmer's Corner BBS
301-596-7692 or 410-995-6873.

INSTALLATION

EXECUTING DAEXE FROM A FLOPPY:

DAEXE should be executable directly from the floppy disk.
We suggest that you make a backup copy, using your favorite
disk duplication program. We strongly suggest that you
install DAEXE on your hard disk.

1) Insert the floppy disk containing DAEXE into a floppy
disk drive. If this drive is the "B" drive then use "B:"
instead of "A:" in the remaining steps.

2) At the DOS prompt type:

A:
DAEXE BUGSBUNY.VOC

3) This command should print:

Digital Audio Executable version 1.0
COPYRIGHT (c) 1994 by Allen & Carole Grider
Shareware version - Continued use requires registration

And create the self-playing file BUGSBUNY.EXE.
To hear your newly created self-playing file, type BUGSBUNY
at the DOS prompt. If you are using a Disney Sound Source,
you must use the -d option after the executable's file name.

EXAMPLE:

BUGSBUNY

Or, if you have a Disney Sound Source:

BUGSBUNY -D

Note that we have included 4 very good sound files. You can
use DAEXE to convert any digital sound files you may have. If
you don't have any, see our catalog (CATALOG.DOC). We have a
large selection that we can supply at a nominal price. In
addition, when you register DAEXE you get one FREE disk from
our Digital Audio Collection Series as part of your
registration bonus.

INSTALLATION TO HARD DISK:

If you have received your copy of DAEXE 1.0 from a disk
or rack vendor, they may have included an installation
program. If so, then follow the directions supplied therein.
Otherwise, follow these directions.

1) Insert the floppy disk containing DAEXE into the
floppy disk drive. If this drive is the "B" drive, use
"B:" instead of "A:" in the remaining steps.

2) You should create a directory on your hard disk. We
suggest DAEXE as its name. It can be on any of your
DOS disks. These procedures assume that you will install
DAEXE on your C: disk. If you wish to install it on
another of your disks, substitute that disk for C: in the
rest of these steps. Type the following to create the
directory.

C:
CD \
MKDIR DAEXE
CD DAEXE

3) Copy the contents of the floppy disk into the directory you
just created on your hard disk.

COPY A:*.*

4) Digital Audio Executable 1.0 is now installed on your hard
disk. To complete the installation, print out the DAEXE.DOC
and REGISTER.DOC files.

5) At the DOS prompt type:

DAEXE BUGSBUNY.VOC

6) This command should print:

Digital Audio Executable version 1.0
COPYRIGHT (c) 1994 by Allen & Carole Grider
Shareware version - Continued use requires registration

And create the self-playing file BUGSBUNY.EXE.
To hear your newly created self-playing file, type BUGSBUNY
at the DOS prompt. If you are using a Disney Sound Source,
you must use the -d option after the executable's file name.

EXAMPLE:

BUGSBUNY

Or, if you have a Disney Sound Source:

BUGSBUNY -D

Note that we have included 4 very good sound files. You can
use DAEXE to convert any digital sound files you may have. If
you don't have any, see our catalog (CATALOG.DOC). We have a
large selection that we can supply at a nominal price. In
addition, when you register DAEXE you get one FREE disk from
our Digital Audio Collection Series as part of your
registration bonus.

QUICK INSTALLATION

1) Copy all the files from the floppy to a directory on your
hard disk. Print out the DAEXE.DOC and REGISTER.DOC
files. Remember that this program is shareware. If you
continue to use it, you are required to register it.

2) Change to the directory that you copied DAEXE to in
the step above. Type:

DAEXE BUGSBUNY.VOC

3) This command should print:

Digital Audio Executable version 1.0
COPYRIGHT (c) 1994 by Allen & Carole Grider
Shareware version - Continued use requires registration

And create the self-playing file BUGSBUNY.EXE.
To hear your newly created self-playing file, type BUGSBUNY
at the DOS prompt. If you are using a Disney Sound Source,
you must use the -d option after the executable's file name.

EXAMPLE:

BUGSBUNY

Or, if you have a Disney Sound Source:

BUGSBUNY -D

Note that we have included 4 very good sound files. You can
use DAEXE to convert any digital sound files you may have.
If you don't have any, see our catalog (CATALOG.DOC). We have
a large selection that we can supply at a nominal price. In
addition, when you register you get one FREE disk from our
Digital Audio Collection Series as part of your registration
bonus.


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