Not Just Ear Candy
SoundPackager not only makes Windows sound more alive, but it makes changing your mind easier. Pick from the sound packages that ship with the product or more available for download from Wincustomize.com
Before SoundPackager users who wanted to modify their sound scheme would have to use the Windows interface to select each sound individually. That usually meant downloading sounds, one at a time, that did not match and then associating those sounds painstakingly one-at-a-time. SoundPackager takes the work out of that process while at the same time delivering themes with sounds that go together for a complete desktop experience.
You are in control
Although many sound packages are available prepackaged, users can still use SoundPackager to mix-and-match. You want your favorite sounds from four sports, you got it with an intuitive user interface for importing and assigning sounds to Windows events.
Premium Sound Packages Available Now
Stardock Design created some original, high quality sound packages to kick things off. Customers will see these sound packages when they start up SoundPackager for the first time.
These sound packages have been uploaded to the Wincustomize SoundPackager gallery as free downloads:
Bringing sound back to Windows
SoundPackager is a fairly straight forward program. It simply packages up Windows sound schemes to make it easier for people to share them with each other as well as create them.
Ever since Windows 95, Windows has focused less and less on letting people change the sounds of Windows. Today, it is fairly tedious to change your Windows sounds. You have to go through every event and assign a sound manually. And other than passing around ZIP files full of .WAV files, there's no easy way to save and share sound schemes. That's where SoundPackager comes in.
Your Sound Packages
SoundPackager keeps your sound packages in compressed archives that you can apply by selecting and choosing "apply package". Clicking on the edit button brings up a dialog listing the various events of the operating system as well as any programs that comply with the Microsoft sound scheme specification (so you can change the sounds in third-party programs that follow the rules too).
Similarly, you can easily create your own sound packages to store your custom sound scheme, assign an icon, and share it with others or save for future use.
New Sounds for Windows
SoundPackager includes several premium quality sound schemes created by Stardock Design. Additional sound schemes were packaged and submitted to WinCustomize.com. If you're finally getting a little tired of the default sound scheme in Windows XP or Windows Vista, definitely download SoundPackager, it has some excellent sound packages available for it to choose from.