Creative Voice File is a container file format for digital audio wave data. Initial revisions were able to support only unsigned 8-bit PCM and ADPCM data, later versions were revised to add support for 16-bit PCM and a-law / u-law formats.
This format was actively used in 1990s, around the advent of Creative's sound cards (Sound Blaster family). It was a popular choice for a digital sound container in lots of games and multimedia software due to simplicity and availability of Creative's recording / editing tools.
This page hosts a formal specification of Creative Voice File using Kaitai Struct. This specification can be automatically translated into a variety of programming languages to get a parsing library.