Download Audiotap 2.2.1 for Windows (tested on Windows 7 and 10)
Note: this package also contains some DLL files which enhance WAV-PRG, giving it the ability to read/write WAV files and the soundcard. If you downloaded the stand-alone version of WAV-PRG and want it to be able to do so, unzip it in the same directory where Audiotap and its accompanying DLL files are.
Download source for
Libaudiotap (shared code between WAV-PRG and Audiotap), and
Libtap (TAP audio codec).
You can compile the Windows GUI version, and the
command-line version, which can be built on Linux, Mac or Windows (the latter needs
Cygwin or MinGW environments).
Porting: it should be easy to port Audiotap to other operating systems, at least the command-line version. If you want to do it or already did it, please contact the author. Writing a GUI for other platforms is not as easy, but should be possible: contact the author if you are interested (or already did it).
License: Audiotap is copyright © 2003-2015 Fabrizio Gennari. It is distributed
under the GNU General Public License
The DLL files for audio support are NOT GPL.
- Libaudiotap and Libtap shared libraries (audiotap.dll, tapencoder.dll and tapdecoder.dll) are copyright © 2003-2014 Fabrizio Gennari. They are distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
- libaudiofile-1.dll is the Audio File Library. It is copyright © 1998-2000, Michael Pruett, copyright © 2000-2001, Silicon Graphics, Inc. It is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. It includes, statically linked, FLAC, copyright © 2000-2009 Josh Coalson, copyright © 2011-2013 Xiph.Org Foundation, distributed under the new BSD licence.
- libportaudio-2.dll is the PortAudio Library. It is copyright © 1999-2000 Ross Bencina and Phil Burk. It is distributed under the MIT License with PortAudio non-binding clause.