Good app for making IVR audio prompts?

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Aug 29th, 2007
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I understand that audio prompts used with various Tcl IVR scripts have to be 8-bit, u-law, 8khz encoding and saved in "au" format. Can anyone recommend a good (preferably cheap or free) application that can create audio files in this format and ideally convert other audio formats to meet these specs as needed?


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marcuscastellanos Wed, 08/29/2007 - 12:21
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I'm currently using Cool Edit Pro. The newer version is a little more expensive but it has a bunch of options if you really want to get into splicing. The problem is adobe has renamed it and I have no clue how the new version is. If you can find a vendor selling the old ver it should do you good.

Rob Huffman Wed, 08/29/2007 - 15:50
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Hi Steven,


Just to add a note to the excellent info you received from Marcus. The product is now named Adobe Audition. Here is a link, it's quite pricey $$ but very good :)


https://store1.adobe.com/cfusion/store/#loc=en_us&view=ols_prod&store=OLS-US&categoryOID=1172060&distributionOID=105


Hope this helps!

Rob

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