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    Im am trying to recreate a repeating "beep" sound as close as possible to the original.
    Is there a program out there that I can do this with. I have tried to simply amplify and clean the file I have (attached) using Audacity, but as its such a poor source ripped from a Video file, it really isnt effective enough and the background noise doesnt help.
    So If possible id like to try and create my own is it possible to do and if so how and what should I use . Thanks

    Alarm Audio beep.mp3
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    It's at 1.3 kHz for around 1/100 second. Here is an approximation I made with the tone generator in Adobe Audition. (If you need the noisy attack sound, you may have to create a full ADSR envelope with a synthesizer.)
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    Thats exactly what I needed, if I import that into Audacity, is there a setting/option that will allow me to join a string of them together, rather than simply copy paste, copy paste etc etc. THANKS AGAIN
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    Use the Repeat effect.
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