Hi Greg,No problem. I just had a look and this is the data I see from your file after downloading:Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes, 3 seconds, 984 millisecondsCodec: WAVChannels: 1 (Mono)Sample Rate: 8000 HzBit Depth: 16Bitrate: 128 kbpsFile size (decimal): 71.1 MB (71,103,822 bytes)
Thanks Grumpy_Mike,I 've checked these wav file, except the Door.wav, the three left is mono, sample size 8 bit , sample rate 8000 / 11000 hz, format PCM.I've tried some other wav files with the same format (mono-8 bit, 8000hz), but got the same result: some good,some noisy or silent.
If your phone requires WAV files with slightly different characteristics than these you can adjust the instructions below appropriately. It's assumed you have already made the track mono as per "Convert stereo to mono".
If your phone has these same requirements this should also work for you; if your phone requires MP3 files with slightly different characteristics you can adjust the tutorial instructions below appropriately. It's assumed you have already made the track mono as per "Convert stereo to mono".
The files in this section have been prepared by converting a single audio file into different sampling rates defined in MPEG Layer III specification. Both mono and stereo versions of files are provided. The bit depth of files is 16 bits.
WAV stands for Waveform Audio File Format. It is one of the most common audio formats and was created by Microsoft in collaboration with IBM. WAV files usually contain uncompressed audio data with pulse-code modulation (PCM). The WAV files with uncompressed audio data are taking more space than MP3, MP4, or FLAC files. Sending and downloading WAV files also takes much more time and space. Therefore, the WAV files are not as popular as their smaller, more portable counterparts.
The app not just transfers all tags from input audio and video but can download tags and artworks from local files, folders, and online databases at once with the conversion. It allows organizing music collections automatically, simultaneously with encoding files to WAV format.
Filenames must be in a 8.3 format (ie nutcrack.mp3).Files must be in A-law (.ALW) or μ-law (.ULW) format, depending on the system's configuration to play.Use the Goldwave software (previously downloaded and installed on the PC) to convertthe audio file to a format compatible with the MIRAN card. ( ).This program can also be used to decrease (or increase) the sound level, if the music is too loud (or soft).Set the Goldwave Attributes tab to: A-Law (or μ-law), mono, 8000 Hz, 64Kbps.
There are many Languages, Audio Format and Audio File Type available in TextToSpeechFree.com and TextToSpeechFree.online. Once you enter your desired text in the box, you can select the Language, Audio Format, Audio File Type and then you can listen and download the audio file into your system. If you do not wish to download, you can just listen to the audio.
The audio test tones below are available for free download and use in your projects. Select the tone you wish to download and click the corresponding format of your choice (or right-click and select "Save link as..."). All files are mono, sampled at 44100Hz, 16-bit.If you're not sure which tone you want, 1kHz is a safe bet.
See the red circled text. That shows that the WAV file I chose is a 44.1 KHz, 32 bit stereo file which is above our microcontroller specifications noted (22 KHz, 16 bit, mono). We'll need to tell Audacity what parameters we want to convert the file.
If you have Windows 10 or 10 S (for education), you can download a native Windows 10 version from the Microsoft App Store. For Windows 10 S this is the only version that may work. If you are having trouble downloading a Windows 10 version not from the Microsoft store, you might consider downloading this version from Apple, then upgrading.
When the wav export process is complete createDownloadLink(blob) is called and receives the wav audio data as a blob. It creates an element for playback in the browser and an link for downloading the pcm audio as a .wav file.
In order to upload a Music On-Hold or Mailbox Greeting to the NEC SL1100or DSX Phone Systems, your audio file must be converted to a compatiblefile type. Both the SL1100 and DSX can accept an 8kHz, 8-bit ulaw, mono WAVfile.
WavManager for MR-8 (mkII) and MR-8HD(HD/CD) and MR16HD(HD/CD)WavManager (Mac OS) ver 2.11In order to export and import 16 tracks (MR16HD) of WAV files to and from PC/MAC, MR16 software version must be V1.03 onwards and the WAV Manager version must be V2.11 onwards.WAV Manager for Mac is a utility software application that enables you to import each audio track from a song created by the MR-8 and MR-8HD (hereinafter called MR-8/HD) into the Mac as a standard mono WAV file (eight files for an 8-track song). Also, WAV file data created and edited in the Mac can be exported to MR-8/HD.
WavManager (Windows) ver 2.12 for XP and VistaIn order to export and import 16 tracks (MR16HD) of WAV files to and from PC/MAC, MR16 software version must be V1.03 onwards and the WAV Manager version must be V2.11 onwards.WAV Manager is a utility software application that enables you to import each audio track from a song created using the MR-8, MR-8mk2 and MR-8HD (hereinafter called MR-8/HD) Multitrackers into your PC as a standard mono WAV file (eight files for an 8-track song).In addtiona, WAV file data created and edited on the PC can be exported to MR-8/HD.The new version 2.03 now features:
Step 1. First, you need to download and start the program on Mac. There are different options available in the program window. Select one that you need. Let's take the Piano as an example.
Step 2. Now you need to click on the lower-right corner of the "New Project" and select "Input Source." This option can only help you to record in stereo and record on each channel as mono. So it would help if you navigated to "GarageBand," select the "Preferences" option and then choose "Menu" to change the microphone you want to use.
Online Voice Recorder is a great WAV sound recorder that can record high-quality audio by using an external or internal microphone of your computer. You can use it for free, and you will never have to install or download any software or setup files to use this tool.
Source code to record a .WAV sound file. This will record standard 11025Hz, mono, 8bit, uncompressed .WAV files.Note: A small bug that caused problems when recording more than one wave file ofter another has been fixed. Thanks to Ed Roberts for telling me.
This Tech Tip requires access to the phone system using NEC PCPro Programming Software. To download the latest version of PCPro or for instructions on how to connect your computer to the phone system, please read the following: How to Connect to the NEC SL2100 or SL1100 Phone System for Programming.
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