Quack duck Browse the Quack-Project audio archive!

Discover the different sounds that ducks, horses, pigs, cows, frogs and cockerels make in different languages by browsing our comprehensive table of MP3 sound files.

Download the Quack demo
Quack-Project demo for Mac OS X and Windows available for download!

Do ducks quack in the same way all over the world? Play with a field of multi-lingual ducks, arranging them into patterns and listening to the music they make. This demo software, free for download on Windows and Macintosh computers, allows you to explore the sounds that ducks make in 10 different languages from recordings of school children across London.

Mac Download for Apple Mac OS X 10.2 or higher - 2.2MB
Win Download for Microsoft Windows 2000/XP - 1.5MB


System Requirements
Minimum of 64MB RAM, multimedia system with speakers, atleast 640x480 display in Millions of colours

This software is provided by Signwave UK. Please address all technical queries to mail@signwave.co.uk.

Quack CD Buy the exclusive Quack-Project CD-ROM!

Do ducks quack in the same way all over the world? Play the duck, horse, pig, cow, frog and cockerel in ten different languages, making and listening to their music. This CD-ROM promotes world harmony. It is designed for use in primary schools but of relevance to animals of all ages. Featuring an interactive software piece by Signwave, two audio tracks by Karlheinz Stockhausen and John Levack Drever and supporting notes, compatible with Mac OS 8.5 or higher, and Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 or XP.

Available from KAHVE-SOCIETY for £10.00 (UK Sterling)

Quack on Mac OS X Download the latest Quack-Project Field software for Mac OS X

If you use Mac OS X and have a copy of the Quack-Project CD-ROM, you should download and use the latest version, which no longer requires a Classic environment when running on Mac OS X. In order to download, you will need your serial number, which is printed on the actual CD.

Available for immediate download

  The Quack-Project is lead by Dr Quack, with contributions from Victoria de Rijke at Middlesex University,
Adrian Ward at Signwave, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Levack Drever and Hattice Abdullah. Site
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