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SonicPhoto – Convert Pictures to Sound
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Take an image, an image of fireworks for example, load it into the SonicPhoto application for Windows, and the application will use the graphics to come up with sound. This is a tool that takes images and converts them into sound. So if you ever wondered how an image sounds like, this application can provide an answer to your question.

SonicPhoto is available as a desktop and as a portable version and it requires .NET 3.5 or higher to work. To install the application on your Windows-powered desktop PC, you will need to go through a simple setup process: download a 3MB executable, run it, click through the setup wizard that shows up. You will be done with it all in little time.

The image you load into the SonicPhoto application is displayed in a pane in the upper right hand side. To the left there’s a green button that’s appropriately named Create or Play Sound. In the lower left hand side there are sliders for adjusting various sound-related settings. Overall, the interface is fairly easy to figure out and won’t pose a problem from an ease of use point of view.

Using SonicPhoto is a simple 2-step process: load an image then press the aforementioned Create or Play Sound button to hear what the image sounds like. Alternatively, you can listen to some images by choosing one of the several presets that come loaded with SonicPhoto.

SonicPhoto is only free to try. The demo version only allows up to 25% stereo and does not allow you to save the sound created from an image.

In just a few clicks, thanks to SonicPhoto, you can find out how an image sounds like.

SonicPhoto is available as a desktop and as a portable version. There are multiple sample projects/presets to choose from. Load an image into the application and it will generate sound based on that image.

The demo won’t allow you to save the sound.

You can download SonicPhoto free here.
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SonicPhoto has been reviewed by George Norman on 11 Dec 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated SonicPhoto 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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