Pulse Adds Sound to Site

By eweek  |  Posted 2002-02-04

In an internet cluttered with millions of Web sites, its best to have as many bells and whistles as possible.

Pulse Entertainment Inc. this week is introducing what it said is an easy, fast way to get a small or midsize companys Web site heard among the din.

The San Francisco companys Pulse Sonifier enables businesses to add interactive audio to a site. The service streamlines the process of weaving voice cues, music tracks, sound effects and navigational prompts—all of which respond to a users activity on a Web page—into an interactive soundtrack. The services audio files—the initial library has more than 15,000 audio clips—are delivered transparently to client machines following HTML and graphics requests.

The service is available now; pricing starts at $14.95 a month.

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