2015-11-10: moved to GitHub
Idea behind RAIN is to provide high-quality high-level audio services
(like playing xm, mp3..)
to wide range of applications,
especially in cases where all other techniques fail:
- DOS programs run under Windows
(thay fail because Windows tend to hide soundcard ports; and ports could be
quite non-standard anyway and useful only via Windows driver)
- 16bit DOS real or protected mode programs
(programmers fail because there are no good 16bit audio libraries)
RAIN is framework for your DOS and Windows applications.
There are precompiled audio servers and nice high-level C/C++ and Pascal API
to access them from your clients.
With RAIN it is easy to write Windows applications
and 16 or 32bit real or protected mode DOS applications fully working in
both DOS and Windows (9x/Me/NT/2k/XP).
See current state of project