Date: Thu, 5 Oct 1995 23:34:03 -0700 From: David Harnick-Shapiro Subject: Re: Hello On Thu, 5 Oct 1995 17:53, "Cynthia L. Moore" writes: > Eric, be sure to check SCI.LANG. They frequently discuss dialects and > pronounciations. At one point, someone posted a "WAVE," which evidently > enabled some of the participants to actually hear a pronounciation of another > participant. ... More precisely, a ".wav". That would be my recommendation to Eric, as well. wav files are a PC audio format; they are relatively compact, and extremely widespread. Using wav files will probably allow the greatest number of your visitors to use the files directly; those of us who use other formats are as likely to be able to convert from wav as from any other format. You might want to provide pointers to conversion utilities -- it'll sure take less disk space than redundant copies of sound files in multiple formats. (This might be an appropriate place for me to put a plug in for 'sox', a wonderful audio conversion program for Unix (at least), available in all the usual places, for one.) -------- David Harnick-Shapiro Internet: david[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] Information and Computer Science UUCP: ...!{ucbvax,zardoz}!ucivax!david University of California, Irvine