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audio file

(1) Sounds like audiophile.

(2) A computer file that contains digitized audio either in the Compact Disc (CDDA) format or in an MP3, AAC or other compressed format. See codec examples, file and sampling.
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ReadSpeaker TTS Producer lets customers generate audio files by converting text content into speech in three simple steps: enter or copy/paste the text, preview the audio file, and download it.
Both people swear by their headphones which allow them to stay focused on the content of an audio file by eliminating noise around them.
There are many ways to record your audio file to a computer.
With this powerful Video Converter Platinum, users can easily edit video and audio file to make it perfect.
Load it with MP3, OGG, AAC and WMA (sold by Wal-Mart and Napster) audio files or listen to FM radio.
You even can save the results to a new digital audio file.
A single MacSpeech Scribe license can create and use up to six individual voice profiles, each compatible with all accepted audio file formats.
They provide no sense of what's really in the video or audio file and where pieces of content are within the file.
But you need the appropriate software to play the audio files from the disk plus a pair of earphones or amplified speakers.
Legal teams can use the online software to search hours of audio for specific words and phrases, jumping to targeted portions of the audio file as they make responsive and privilege decisions - ultimately driving down the cost of litigation.
0 in its widely used Music E-commerce System, a copyright declaration and clearance management solution that accurately reports audio file listens and downloads, securing online credit card payments for artists and Web site distributors.