Convert mp3/wav file to asterisk ulaw for music on hold (moh)

sox -v 0.125 -V <mp3.mp3> -t au -r 8000 -U -b -c 1 <ulaw.ulaw> resample -ql

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By: xelon
2009-09-22 13:34:48

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