Soundplant is used for live musical broadcasts and musical effects, either as a drum plate, novel electronic instrument, educational instrument, listening medium aim or just for leisure and fun - in online channels, TVs, cinema, on podcasts, presentations, recording studios, stadiums, classrooms, homes, museums, schools and even churches - by DJs or choirs, musicians, etc.
Soundplant is a digital audio program that changes a user's computer keyboard into a trigger-able playable device. This program is able to assign sound text or files of varying large length in any format unto keyboard keys. On assignment, a user is thus able to listen to uninterrupted instant audio playing contents.
Soundplant triggers sound files saved for the computer keyboard with efficient speed and ease.
Soundplant uses no extra hardware thus making its usage a plus. This program, therefore, supports performance, for presentation or for just plain leisure purposes. As a media track tool, it can be used to mix media in real time to create unique music contents, loops or just to enable other sound effects. While working, it can also serve as background music.
Finally, because this program is a standalone software that uses its own provided sounds, it is deemed continuously as a flexible gadget which is limited only by the amount and type of content its user provides. With an easy to use graphical interface, a user can simply change the configuration of each keyboard key along with other options such as offsets, looping, volume, etc. while the progress of the contents being played is shown in a progress bar with its time being tracked.