.SYN File Extension
- Developer by: David Billen
- Category: Audio Files
- Format: Binary
What are .SYN files and how to open them?Can't open .SYN file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .SYN file.
What is a .SYN file extension?
.SYN file extension is created by David Billen. .SYN has been classified as Audio Files. The format of .SYN file is Binary.
.SYN is SimSynth Document
Audio document created by SimSynth, a software synthesizer application; contains presets for an audio sample, including oscillator settings, envelopes, filters, and effects; used for creating samples and loops for brass, strings, or other instruments.
SYN files can be exported to .WAV files using SimSynth.
NOTE: SimSynth has been integrated into Image-Line's FL Studio digital audio workstation (DAW), which uses the SimSynth Live plug-in. FL Studio was previously named FruityLoops.
TextPad Syntax File
Add-on file used by TextPad, a text editor for Windows; contains information that enables syntax highlighting for source code (e.g., .HTML, .CSS, Windows .BAT, etc.) or other text files that are opened in the editor; used for making text files easier to read.
For instructions on how to create, edit, and install SYN files, see the Helios TextPad website.
Synergy On Air Audio File
Audio file created for Synergy On Air, a digital broadcasting application; contains transcoded audio that has been converted using the Synergy production module; also contains metadata for categorizing the audio; used for storing advertisements, jingles, and music and can be a part of a broadcast playlist.
Clyde Broadcast, the developers of Synergy On Air, provide the software as part of an overall hardware and software package used for creating broadcasts.
RoboHelp Synonym List File
File created as part of a help documentation project in RoboHelp; saves a list of keyword synonyms created by the help author in RoboHelp; used for displaying search results when the reader searches the help documentation.
SYN files use a plain text format and can be opened by any text editor. They are generated as part of a RoboHelp project (.XPJ file).