Wouldn t you be able to use VLC?
On Sun, 24 Dec 2017 at 03:55, Len Moskowitz <***@optonline.net>
> Back in October, I wrote:
> > I'd appreciate it if someone could recommend a very simple Windows
> > audio player that can play a 6-channel WAV file to a 6-speaker ring.
> Richard Dobson responded:
> > Perhaps the "simplest" possible player is a command line one? My
> > "paplay" program plays (and loops)
> > multichannel files to a nominated device, and while it does not have
> > interactive facilities it offers full
> > channel mapping and selecting. Plus elementary B-Format decoding.
> > Part of the old mctoolkit, now resident here:
> > http://www.rwdobson.com/mctools.html
> Thank you, Richard. "paplay" works fine and is as simple to use as could
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