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Re: How do they record the actors for voice response systems
Subject:Re: How do they record the actors for voice response systems From:Peter Neilson <neilson -at- windstream -dot- net> To:"Downing, David" <david -dot- downing -at- fiserv -dot- com> Date:Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:24:00 -0400
Downing, David wrote:
> How do they go about recording the raw material for those snippets...
It goes back before the digital age. The phone company (AT&T?) long ago
began providing a number you could call to learn the time of day. They
had someone, I seem to remember that it was a lady from Georgia, who had
a knack for recording all the right pieces that could be put together as
spliced recording tape.
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