Farandole Blocked Module
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What is an F3R file?
Farandole Composer was released in 1994 and available for MS-DOS. It allowed users to create 16-channel synthesized music.
Typically, Composer users saved the audio modules they created as .FAR files. However, some Composer modules were instead saved in the F3R or F2R formats.
How to open an F3R file
You can open an F3R file with FMJ-Software Awave Studio (Windows) or Farandole Composer. Because Composer was available only for DOS, you may have to run it in a DOS emulator, such as DOSBox (multiplatform).
How to convert an F3R file
You can use FMJ-Software Awave Studio (Windows) to convert F3R files to other audio formats, such as:
- .AAC - Advanced Audio Coding
- .AIFF - Audio Interchange File Format
- .FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec
- .M4A - MPEG-4 Audio
- .MP3 - MP3 Audio
- .OGG - Ogg Vorbis Audio
- .OPUS - Opus Audio
- .SND - Sound File
- .WAV - WAVE Audio
- .WMA - Windows Media Audio
To do so, right-click the waveform associated with your F2R file and select Save selected waveform as....