Grave Composer Music Module
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What is a WOW file?
A WOW file is a music module created by the Grave Composer (also known as "Mod's Grave") audio tracker, a tracking program for DOS-based PCs. It contains note patterns and sound samples and supports up to 8 channels. WOW files are similar to the Amiga Module (.MOD) format.
Grave Composer is an old music-tracking program that allowed MS-DOS users to create music. It is discontinued and no longer available for download.
Since the software is no longer in use, WOW files are rare. However, music-tracking enthusiasts may have old WOW files on their computers or share WOW music modules they created previously with the Grave Composer.
How to open a WOW file
How to convert a WOW file
OpenMPT can convert WOW files to the following formats:
Programs that open WOW files
SparkMaker 3D Print File
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A WOW file contains instructions for printing a 3D model with a SparkMaker 3D printer. WOW files are created by Spark Studio and saved on an SD card.
The Spark Studio software accepts .STL files, and allows the user to make adjustments and set printing parameters. The software then slices the model and exports it to a WOW file for use with the printer. The file to be printed must be named print.wow.
NOTE: SparkMaker printer firmware update files also use the WOW extension.
Common WOW Filenames
print.wow - A file that contains a printable 3D model for a SparkMaker 3D printer.