SIDPLAY is a Commodore 64 music player. It emulates the sound chip and other internals of the Commodore 64 home computer to play back music that was originally written on it. The sound chip was called the "Sound Interface Device" or SID, and therefore this music is known as SID music. The SID chip is basically a three voice synthesizer on a chip. The unusual combination of digital and analogue circuitry is the reason for its distinctive sound.
Added Growl notification support
Fixed playback on multi-channel sound devices
Added detection of sound device change
Fixed potential data-loss problem when syncing collection
Added fixes to emulation to allow playback of songs such as "Fanta in Space"
Fixed error handling when loading a tune from a URL
Fixed crash when syncing while spotlight search is in progress
Added possibility to select subtune when exporting a song
Fixed a case where songs were exported with the wrong length
Added option to select fadeout time when exporting songs
Playlists can now contain the same file more than once
Dragging a playlist item to a different playlist now retains the selected subtune
Fixed bug in browser navigation history
The "Select Song" submenu now shows all available subtunes
Fixed updating of exported file size when changing time
Editing smart playlist criteria now immediately updates the smart playlist as you type
Playing the next item in a playlist now works correctly in any sort order
Changing the sorting of a view keeps the selection intact
Pasting a path string into the browser view jumps to that location
Removed all traces of Carbon code
Other minor bug fixes and improvements
Universal Binary (PPC/Intel)
PowerPC G4 or greater.
Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later.