|Platform||Linux, Macintosh, Windows|
Audio Overload is a video game music player that supports 33 video game music formats. It was originally written for Macintosh, but later ported to Windows and Linux. The player does not support plugins and the only customization is the muting of channels. Like foobar2000, it has the feature of WAV conversion of all supported formats.
The formats supported include: AHX, AY, COP, DSF, GBS, GSF, GYM, HES, HVL, IMF, KSS, MDX, MOD, NSF, NSFE, ORC (TRS-80), PSF, PSF2, QSF, RAW (Rdos), ROL, RSN, S3M, S98, SAP, SCI, SNDH, SPC, SPU, SSF, VGM, VGZ, VTX, WSR, YM.
On modern Linux systems using PulseAudio, if Audio Overload does not output any sound, you may need to launch it with the
padsp wrapper, as explained the ArchLinux wiki.
|2.0||Download - (info)||Linux (32-bit)|
|2.0||Download - (info)||Linux (64-bit)|
|2.0||Download - (info)||Macintosh|
|2.0||Download - (info)||Windows (32-bit)|
|2.0||Download - (info)||Windows (64-bit)|
- bannister.org/software/ao.htm - Official page.