The Reveal WavExtreme 32 (SC800) Interwave was a sound card designed for use in IBM-compatible PCs during the 1990s. It was manufactured by Reveal Computer Products, a company based in the United States. The card was designed to provide high-quality audio playback and recording capabilities, with support for 32 simultaneous voices and 16-bit stereo sound. It also featured an integrated MIDI interface for connecting to external MIDI devices such as synthesizers and drum machines. The WavExtreme 32 (SC800) Interwave was a popular choice among PC gamers and musicians at the time, offering a cost-effective and feature-rich solution for multimedia and audio production.