ESound is a great new PC emulator for testing the compatibility of digital audio devices. It works by reading and interpreting the PCM (preferably WMM) format which is used to play digital audio files and then translating it into the proper code that is required to run the device. So if you have a digital music device, such as an ipod or a xbox, and want to test whether it will play on your computer, you simply need to load up ESound and load any digital audio file that you want to play, then load up the sound emulator on your computer, then click "play". You should then see an icon on your computer called "ESound".
This is all well and good if you're just using your laptop to play music from your computer - but what if you want to use sound on your mobile phone? Well, fortunately, there's an easy way to make this happen without any problems and without having to use any third-party software. Since it's a PC based program, we can just install the same application that we used on our computers, but on our mobile phones, we need to install a specific "asm" file. And luckily, once we've installed the correct program, loading the esound plugin on your phone is a breeze: just select the icon that says "Load Preset"... and presto!
The beauty of ESS is that it lets you use every device that supports the WMM format, even offline. If you have an iPod Touch, for example, then you can play any WMM file that's stored on your computer. But what if you want to transfer some of your favorite music from your phone to an ipod? You'll be able to do that every time with ESEA! Just simply download the latest version of the free software, install it on your computer and connect your mobile phone to the computer to use the "E SEA" software on it.