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Introduction to Speech Processing

This is a collection of pedagogical material within the topic of speech and language technology. The idea is to provide teachers material for their courses, where they can pick and choose material which is appropriate for their own courses and self-study material on-line for anyone interested.

Authors:  Tom BäckströmOkko RäsänenAbraham ZewoudiePablo Pérez ZarazagaLiisa Koivusalo
Updated:  2022-01-27
Source:  https://wiki.aalto.fi/display/ITSP/Introduction+to+Speech+Processing
Keywords:  speechlanguagecommunicationeducationmachine-learningEnglish


The Model Talker System

The ModelTalker System converts plain English text to speech. It uses recorded speech (either from a prospective SGD user or from a voice donor chosen by or for the SGD user) to create a unique synthetic voice.

Authors:  H. Timothy BunnellJason LilleyMatthew BuzzellMaxwell SchmidBill MoyersDerek Freer
Updated:  2020-06-25
Source:  https://www.modeltalker.org/
Keywords:  languagecommunicationspeechphonologymorphologyEnglish


Illusory Texture Demos

Here you will find some sound examples demonstrating the phenomenon of "illusory sound texture."

Authors:  Richard McWalter and Josh McDermott
Updated:  2019-11-24
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/textcont.html
Keywords:  sound-textureperceptionspeechmusic

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CMU Sphinx is a set of speech recognition development libraries and tools that can be linked in to speech-enable applications.

Authors:  Evandro GouveaPeter GorniakPhilip KwokPaul LamereBeth LoganPedro MorenoBhiksha RajMosur RavishankarBent Schmidt-NielsenRita SinghJM Van ThongWillie WalkerManfred WarmuthJoe WoelfelPeter Wolf
Updated:  2019-10-23
Source:  https://cmusphinx.github.io/
Keywords:  speechprogrammingJavaexperimentEnglishFrenchMandarinGermanDutchRussian


Normative Data on Dutch Idiomatic Expressions

Normative data of 374 Dutch idiomatic expressions by 390 native speakers.

Authors:  Ferdy HubersCatia CucchiariniHelmer StrikTon Dijkstra
Updated:  2019-05-14
Source:  https://www.ru.nl/cls/publications/corpora/
Keywords:  languagespeechEnglishDutch


Nijmegen Corpus of Spanish English

Around 38 hours of high-quality recordings featuring 34 Spanish speakers from Madrid talking in English to two Dutch confederates, in an informal and in a formal setting.

Authors:  Mirjam ErnestusHuib Kouwenhoven
Updated:  2018-04-06
Source:  https://mirjamernestus.nl/Ernestus/NCSE/index.php
Keywords:  languagecommunicationspeechEnglish

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Combinatorial Expressive Speech Engine

C.L.E.E.S.E. (Combinatorial Expressive Speech Engine) is a tool designed to generate an infinite number of natural-sounding, expressive variations around an original speech recording.

Authors:  Juan José BurredEmmanuel Ponsot
Updated:  2018-03-24
Source:  http://cream.ircam.fr/?p=521
Keywords:  languagespeechpitchFrenchEnglishJapanese


Inharmonic Pitch perception

Pitch-related music and speech tasks using conventional harmonic sounds and inharmonic sounds whose frequencies lack a common F0.

Authors:  Malinda J. McPherson & Josh H. McDermott
Updated:  2017-12-11
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/Diversity_In_Pitch_Perception.html
Keywords:  pitchfrequencymusicspeech



A fully automated tool that estimates speech onset on the basis of multiple acoustic features extracted via multitaper spectral analysis.

Authors:  Frédéric RouxBlair C. ArmstrongManuel Carreiras
Updated:  2017-10-24
Source:  https://www.bcbl.eu/databases/chronset/
Keywords:  speechpsychologyexperimentlanguageacoustics

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Phonological Assessment and Treatment Target (PATT) Selection

The PATT is a useful protocol for conducting a thorough assessment of a child’s speech in order to strategically select treatment targets based on the child’s presenting sound system, language laws, and treatment efficacy research.

Authors:  Jessica BarlowJennifer Taps RichardHolly StorkelPhilip CombithsRay Amberg
Updated:  2016-12-24
Source:  https://cld.lab.uiowa.edu/resources-slps-0/patt-and-autopatt
Keywords:  phonologylinguisticsspeechlanguageEnglishSpanish

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