Summary:ASTERISK-08373: Sound for "October" is said as "Tober"
Reporter:gkloepfer (gkloepfer)Labels:
Date Opened:2006-12-18 16:09:42.000-0600Date Closed:2006-12-28 12:45:04.000-0600
Versions:Frequency of
Description:In 1.4.4 core English sounds, digits/mon-9 is pronounced "Tober" instead of "October".
Comments:By: gkloepfer (gkloepfer) 2006-12-18 16:13:29.000-0600

PS: Could some of the extra delay at the ends of the sound files be shortened substantially so that numbers and such flow a little more naturally?  (just wanted to get that one in as well...even though it really isn't part of this bug :-)

By: Leif Madsen (lmadsen) 2006-12-19 21:14:34.000-0600

Does this sound really sound like that? I'm inclined to think that if you put an Answer() and Wait(1) before the sound file you'll get the whole sound

By: gkloepfer (gkloepfer) 2006-12-19 21:46:03.000-0600

(chuckle) Me and my coworkers listened to it several times with a sound editor.  It's "Tober."  Did you listen to it?

I'd like to say I actually discovered this while working on a cool new set of dialplan logic, but it was actually while I was trying to cut some of the space off the begining and end of the files in that directory that I found it.

But just for the record, I did this to make sure that CoolEdit-96 wasn't the culprit (with the unedited sound files, of course):

exten => 659,1,Answer
exten => 659,n,Wait(1)
exten => 659,n,Playback(digits/mon-9)
exten => 659,n,Hangup

The sound files came from:
(and the -wav- version of the same)

By: Leif Madsen (lmadsen) 2006-12-20 10:07:15.000-0600

gkloepfer: heh... ok, just thought I'd check to make sure it wasn't a layer 8 problem :)

By: Kevin P. Fleming (kpfleming) 2006-12-28 12:45:04.000-0600

This will be fixed in version 1.4.5 of the core-sounds package.