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I'm going to start collecting sound files here since it isn't possible to attach multiple files in the Download section. Please contribute any you have as replies to this post.

Here are links to the ATT voice sound generator. The text in the posts is useful in itself.
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Register to download File Type: rar long-short-wav.rar (75.8 KB, 361 views)
Register to download File Type: zip possLongShort sounds-Wvoice.zip (92.1 KB, 343 views)
Register to download File Type: zip LongShortTones.zip (69.4 KB, 327 views)
Register to download File Type: zip GoLong&GoShort sounds-Wvoice.zip (40.6 KB, 327 views)
Register to download File Type: zip D9Crosses-Mvoice.zip (140.0 KB, 207 views)
Register to download File Type: zip wave files 2006 10 02.zip (2.16 MB, 339 views)
Register to download File Type: zip ConsiderLongShort-Mvoice.zip (57.3 KB, 223 views)
Register to download File Type: zip Wavs_from_roonius.zip (419.5 KB, 293 views)
Register to download File Type: zip TriggerShort.zip (80.3 KB, 238 views)
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Register to download File Type: zip AlertTarget-voice.zip (27.6 KB, 272 views)
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Here are few more...

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Stupid question Alert. How do you import these into Ninja? Thanks.

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save in the

C:\Program Files\NinjaTrader 6.5\sounds


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Remember to turn off your speakers if you have them on your system during the overnight...

I had a doorbell, I think it was TS Supertrend, and at 3AM the damn thing signaled, wakes the wife up and I'm standing at the front door looking to see who it is... It was the Asian close

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Hahahahaha

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Just a note. NinjaTrader 7 cannot read all sound files. So you may hear nothing.

The format wav/MPEG is not supported, so you would have to convert them to wav/PCM.

The XP AudioRecorder can do that. AudioRecorders of later versions of Windows can not convert the files, so you need to use available freeware.

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I have just gotten back to my trading computers after some time away (health challenges), and am in the process of fully transitioning to Ninja 7. I have a couple of indicators that are requiring more work than expected to get them to compile on N7, and now realize that my alerts in sound directory are not working. I am running the 64 bit version of Windows 7, and the 32 bit version of Ninja 7. I found info on the Ninja forum that says that these files need to be converted .wav to .pcm (I should have just come here first), and then found the information on this thread. Can someone confirm for me the format that these files need to be converted to, and if possible a link to a freeware converter. I have spent a fair amount of time online looking at converters, but want to make sure that I convert the files to the proper format, and most efficiently. I use a number of alerts, and do not want to re-record all of them.

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I have just gotten back to my trading computers after some time away (health challenges), and am in the process of fully transitioning to Ninja 7. I have a couple of indicators that are requiring more work than expected to get them to compile on N7, and now realize that my alerts in sound directory are not working. I am running the 64 bit version of Windows 7, and the 32 bit version of Ninja 7. I found info on the Ninja forum that says that these files need to be converted .wav to .pcm (I should have just come here first), and then found the information on this thread. Can someone confirm for me the format that these files need to be converted to, and if possible a link to a freeware converter. I have spent a fair amount of time online looking at converters, but want to make sure that I convert the files to the proper format, and most efficiently. I use a number of alerts, and do not want to re-record all of them.

Many thanks, and appreciate all that this forum provides.
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wav/MPEG and wav/PCM are both .wav files. I have done the conversion with the Windows XP Audio Recorder. For unknown reasons the Windows Vista Audio Recorder and later recorders cannot do this conversion anymore, so you need to use available freeware.

One of them can be found here (not tested):

Free Audio Converter: free audio converting software

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I use Audacity (Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder) and do some basic editing and manipulation sometimes.

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Remember to turn off your speakers if you have them on your system during the overnight...

I had a doorbell, I think it was TS Supertrend, and at 3AM the damn thing signaled, wakes the wife up and I'm standing at the front door looking to see who it is... It was the Asian close


LOL. Really good point.

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See attached a 1 second silent wav file that can be use for unwanted sound alert fields.

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for converting files use Zamzar - video converter, audio converter, image converter, eBook converter. No software required

I found some cool high quality cash register sounds on this website Freesound.org - tags

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Searching the web I found this useful. Now I can create specific sound files letting me know ON WHICH CHART TYPE AND WHAT TYPE OF ALARM IT IS.

Text 2 Speech
eg. Long signal on Renko chart.

Quality of the output (speaker) is not perfect but already helps to identify quicker which chart sends signal - or annoys me at the time and needs to be disabled.

If anyone can recommend website with better output quality, please post it here.

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Searching the web I found this useful. Now I can create specific sound files letting me know ON WHICH CHART TYPE AND WHAT TYPE OF ALARM IT IS.

Text 2 Speech
eg. Long signal on Renko chart.

Quality of the output (speaker) is not perfect but already helps to identify quicker which chart sends signal - or annoys me at the time and needs to be disabled.

If anyone can recommend website with better output quality, please post it here.

Cheers!

@romus,

Here's one that generates .wav files and sound a little less like the 'computer voice' in the link you posted:

Text2Speech - Convert Text to Speech, Text to Mp3, Text to Wav

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@romus,

Here's one that generates .wav files and sound a little less like the 'computer voice' in the link you posted:

Text2Speech - Convert Text to Speech, Text to Mp3, Text to Wav

Hi @Wizard,
I have visited this one but I do not know what he/she says afterwards (there is somnething else always after the spoken text - have you noticed it?)

Some of the sites are quite good but usually in .mp3 so there is extra task in converting the files.

Anyway, thank you for your response and fantastic input to the forum.

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I came here to see what sound effects people where adding to the trading tape.
A bit of a further google search i found this website.
voicebooking.com

You do have to provide an email and name and the link is then sent which will download the audio file for you.
mine are:
Long position
Short Position
In the Money
Stop limit hit
Any other ideas? i was thinking of having REKT

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