RP Soundboard

Updated on 2017-05-16 06:21:16
SHA1: e1918326a1c0b3be85e545a3a6dac71832b33aea
Size: 8.38 MB

Easy to use soundboard to annoy your friends.

Some time ago I decided to write my own soundboard since I wasn't satisfied with existing solutions. And here it is: a simple yet powerful soundboard that requires NO COMPLICATED SETUP! Just install and it's ready to use. No extra tools, no fiddling with push-to-talk settings etc. It comes with a set of predefined sounds but of course you can choose your own.

Only Windows is supported at this moment.


  • Almost any file type (mp3, mp4, wav, flac, ogg, avi, mkv, ...) is supported
  • Supports playback of video files (just sound of course, this aint a video player)
  • Crop sounds to play only your favorite part of a file
  • Adjust volume gain for each sound file
  • Set keyboard hotkeys for each of your buttons

Please report all feedback or errors on GitHub or in the Forum Thread. If you want to buy me a symbolic beer you can do so over at Paypal.


Version 1.3.3:

  • Choose between multiple configuration profiles (thanks Jim Mikola)
  • Added import/export of configuration from/to file (thanks Jim Mikola)
  • Added option to set custom button color
  • Fixed the 'you are not connected' notice sometimes showing up for a brief period.
  • Don't open main window before it's actually necessary (was opened on TS3 start and then hidden before)

Version 1.3.2:

  • Buttons can be renamed
  • Cropping of sounds should now be accurate down to the millisecond
  • Made not connected warning not as annoying
  • Fixed playback to others stopping when user releases PTT key

Version 1.3.1:

  • Added pause button
  • Added drag&drop
  • drag files directly onto buttons
  • drag a button on another button to switch them
  • Added option to display bound hotkey directly on button
  • Fixed playback issues (may fix distorted voice on some machines)
  • Fixed voice activation issues (most notably when switching server tabs)
  • Fixed switching of buttons with a button that never had any sound file set