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AcousticsApps

Online platform with interactive applications for teaching fundamentals of acoustics and vibration.

Authors:  Lennart MoheitaJohannes D. SchmidJonas M. SchmidMartin EserSteffen Marburg
Updated:  2021-01-01
Source:  http://www.apps.vib.mw.tum.de/
Keywords:  educationspectruminformation-technologyacousticselectromagnetic-radiationboundary-element-methodsamplitude-modulationcomputer-graphicsnoise-barriersmusical-instrumentssound-generation

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Deep Learning Tutorials

A collection of tutorials on deep learning for phonetics and linguistics.

Authors:  Matthew C. Kelley
Updated:  2021-01-01
Source:  https://github.com/maetshju/moproc2019_deep_learning_workshop
Keywords:  educationneural-networksspeech-recognitiondeep-learning

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Phonetics Images

Midsaggital images for teaching Phonetics and Speech Science.

Authors:  Benjamin V. Tucker
Updated:  2020-12-11
Source:  https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-3we9-1463
Keywords:  vocal-tractmidsagittalspeech-productionteachingdiagrams

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Acoustics and Vibration Animations

Animations illustrating acoustics, vibration, and wave phenomena.

Authors:  Daniel A. Russell
Updated:  2020-11-28
Source:  https://www.acs.psu.edu/drussell/demos.html
Keywords:  acousticsvibrationwavesanimationssound

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Real-time MRI IPA Charts

Real-time MRI data from phoneticians producing the sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet, together with standard sentences and texts.

Authors:  Asterios ToutiosSajan Goud LingalaColin VazJangwon KimJohn EslingPatricia KeatingMatthew GordonDani ByrdLouis GoldsteinKrishna NayakShrikanth Narayanan
Updated:  2016-09-08
Source:  https://sail.usc.edu/span/rtmri_ipa/
Keywords:  IPAphoneticsspeech-soundsarticulationMRIreal-time-MRI

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Using vocal tract models in speech education

Tutorial paper on making and using vocal tract models to teach speech production and acoustics.

Authors:  Takayuki Arai
Updated:  2012-03-01
Source:  https://doi.org/10.1121/1.3677245
Keywords:  educationvocal-tract-modelsproductionacousticsdemos

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Liberman et al. (1957) Continuum

Synthetic speech stimuli generated by the Pattern Playback for use in the demonstration of categorical perception of plosive place of articulation in Liberman et al. (1957).

Authors:  Alvin M. LibermanKatherine S. HarrisHoward S. HoffmanBelver C. Griffith
Updated:  1957-12-07
Source:  http://www.haskins.yale.edu/featured/bdg.php?audio=AIFF#
Keywords:  categorical-perceptionformantspattern-playbackcontinuumplaceplosiveenglish