Photosounder is a one-of-a-kind image-sound editing program. It is unique in that it opens images and sounds indiscriminately, treats and processes them as images, and synthesizes them as sounds.
Sounds, once turned into images, can be modified to achieve effects and results that couldn't be obtained in any other way, while images of all sorts reveal the infinite kinds of sounds they contain. Ultimately, knowing how sounds look and how images sound, you'll be able to create images that sound like what you want to hear, or like what you couldn't imagine to hear.
Many programs turn sounds into images, few turn images into sounds, none do both. Photosounder realises the true potential of both methods and combines them into the first image-sound editor, the only program of this very new kind.
Photosounder is currently only available for Windows (2000, XP, Server 2003 and Vista), with Mac OS and Linux versions coming soon. A demo version is available, with the ability to save the resulting sound to file disabled, and a small noise inserted every 3 seconds. The full version is available for 99 euros (about US$128, £87, C$160, AU$195 depending on the exchange rates).
For demos & more info, click here.
Cost is 99 €.
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