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tonetool(1)			      OST			   tonetool(1)

NAME
       tonetool	- create and manipulate	telephony tones.

SYNOPSIS
       tonetool	-append	[-offset=pos] [-level=level] target tonespec...
       tonetool	-create	[-encoding=codec] [-level=level] target	tonespec...
       tonetool	-detect	input files...
       tonetool	-list [-file=config] [-locale=where] tone
       tonetool	-play [-level=level] tonespec...

DESCRIPTION
       Teltones	 is  used to generate or play audio telephony tones based on a
       "spec".	The spec can be	"dtmf digitstring" to create or	play dtmf dig-
       its,  "mf  digitstring"	to  create or play mf digits, "single ...", to
       create or play a	single tone, or	"dual ..." to create or	 play  a  dual
       tone.  Teltones can also	be used	to detect dtmf digits contained	in au-
       dio files.

       -append
	      Appends the generated tone to the	end of an existing audio file.

       -create
	      Create a new audio file from scratch  and	 fill  with  the  tone
	      specified.

       -detect
	      Process an existing audio	file and report	on dtmf	digits found.

       -list  List  a  tone  entry definition by sequencing.  -play Generate a
	      tone or dialing string and play it to the	local soundcard.

BUGS
       At this time tonetool always assumes all	data is	sourced	 at  8khz  and
       does not	support	sample rate conversion.

AUTHOR
       Written by David	Sugar.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <dyfet@gnu.org>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2005 David	Sugar, Tycho Softworks.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not	even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR	 A  PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

GNU ccAudio Tone Tool		 Febuary 2005			   tonetool(1)

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