NTLK Other - converting wav files to newton sounds

From: Gruendel, Frank 3837 PPE-WT (Frank.Gruendel@de.heidelberg.com)
Date: Fri Nov 26 1999 - 04:58:03 EST

As a first step, you could try SoundApp


It is a Mac program that can convert next to every format you can
think of into next to every format you can think of. If it wasn't
freeware, I'd buy it immediately.
I use it to convert an aiff file (containing spoken ASCII text using
Apple's Text to Speech) into a wav file which, transferred to a
PC, can be converted to MP3, downloaded into the MP3 player I'm
planning to buy and played via the car stereo on my way to work.
Pardon? There's an easier way? I know, but I do not have a Mp2K ;-((

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