Select an image by clicking on one of the thumbnails or its associated button.
When the full-sized image appears, move the mouse over it or, for a touch screen, drag your finger on it. You can use up to ten fingers, as many as your touch screen supports.
If you don't hear anything, make sure that you computer audio is on, that the volume is not turned down, that you don't have earbuds plugged in but not in your ears.
The sound should stop when you leave the window.
But if you move the mouse onto an overlapping window, it may not. If you want to definitely stop audio, return to this menu ("Return To Menu" button) or leave the page entirely.
touch screen, you should be able to touch with up to ten fingers, each producing an independent note. Some screens, however, do not well support more than two touches at once.
The settings (on the right after you select a picture) are described
. By all means play around with them.
For now, there is no way so save your settings, so you should write down any that you want to be use again. If you think they are better than the initial settings, please email them to me.
If you want to go back to the initial settings, press the "Set Defaults" button.
When Using A Tablet or Phone, Turn So The Long Side Is Horizontal
Round to Semi
To make sure audio is turned off entirely, CLOSE this page or Return To Menu.