Program WAV_COPY [options] This program copies one WAV file to another, allowing alterations in the process. The command line arguments are: -IN fnam fnam Specifies the input WAV file. The ".wav" file name suffix may be omitted. The second form of the command line option without the -IN keyword is allowed when the WAV file name does not start with a dash and the input file name has not already been specified. There is no default input file name; an input file name is required on the command line. -OUT fnam fnam Specifies the output WAV file. The ".wav" file name suffix may be omitted. The second form of the command line option without the -OUT keyword is allowed when the WAV file name does not start with a dash, the input file name has already been specified, and the output file name has not already been specified. The default output file name is the leafname of the input file. -FROM s Start the output sound S seconds from the start of the input sound. This value is automatically limited to the input sound duration. The default is 0. -TO s End the output sound S seconds from the start of the input sound. This value is automatically limited to the input sound duration. The default is to end the output sound at the end of the input sound. -BITS n Set the number of bits per channel per sample in the output file. This is only a request, and the actual number of bits used may differ. The default is for the requested value to be the number of bits used in the input file. -GAIN g Set the amplitude gain from input to output file. The default is 1, meaning the input amplitude is preserved. -GAIN * Set the input to output amplitude gain so that the output signal is maximized without being clipped. The default is unit gain. -SRATE hz Set the sample rate of the output WAV file to the indicated sample rate in Hertz. The default is to use the same sample rate as the input file. -SPEED m Set the relative source stream playback rate. Values above 1 cause the source stream to be played back more quickly and values below 1 more slowly. The default is 1, which causes the source stream to be played at its intended speed. -MONO Convert to monophonic. All the input signal channels will be averaged to produce the single output channel. The default is to preserve all the input channels.