Hello I have a customer that doesn't want to use TTS but needs the ability to play back user inputted information like a phone number or account balance. They recorded .wav files for all the appropriate numbers like "one", "two", "three" etc. and "hundred", "thousand" etc.
I am looking for a way to take that input and play it back using created .wav files. For example, if I ask someone for their phone number and they enter 111 222 3333 I need to play back 10 different .wav files, one for each digit, saying their number back to them for confirmation. How can this be accomplished?
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