Soundboard is a sound cueing program designed for theatrical use. It aims to be simple to use and maintain cross platform compatibility so that a sound designer who uses a Mac can build a show and have it play back on the theatre's Windows-based playback computer. Soundboard provides a cross platform and open source alternative to programs such as QLab and SFX. It is designed to be simple enough for high school students and community theatres to use, and yet robust enough to be a viable application at a regional theatre.
|Tags||Sound/Audio Sound Cueing Theatre playback|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||Java 5 XML JDom JMF|
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes which increase overall stability of the program, and a few new features to make it easier to use.
Release Notes: This beta release corrects several bugs, including those leading to corrupted media files, and adds new features, including support for Ogg-Vorbis files among other things.
Release Notes: This release has MP3 playback support, more show/header information available to edit, and a couple of bugfixes relating to adding cues to the table.
Release Notes: This is the initial public release.