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How about sonus, literally "sound", or vox, literally "voice", depending on context? In other words, I would say "we need to converse by voice" (voce), or "I'm sending an image file and a sound file" (sonī). The latter trick, the genitive of the noun for "a sound", is often used in Modern Greek (ήχου), which seems like a good precedent.


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