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MacOS Sprockets : SoundSprocket

SoundSprocket adds the capability of making sounds appear to come from positions relative to the game player. This allows realistic feedback such as: "The aliens are to my left!" and can make game play much more enjoyable. Like all the other sprockets, SoundSprocket provides a standard user interface for configuring sound output devices to take maximum advantage of their 3D sound capabilities.

SoundSprocket is part of the MacOS Sprockets category. A sprocket is a component of Apple's new game development architecture. Each sprocket adds extra features to the MacOS that specifically benefit those who are writing games. There are six sprockets currently under development by Apple: DrawSprocket, SoundSprocket, InputSprocket, NetSprocket, SpeechSprocket, and QuickDraw 3D Rave. SpeechSprocket is just a repackaged version of Apple's Speech Recognition Manager. Game Sprockets will run only on PowerMacs, but certain sprockets may be ported to 68k in the future. Game Sprockets require the newest system software including OpenTransport 1.1, Display Manager 2.0, and Sound Manager 3.2.1.

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