Links

Here are some links I’ve found very useful for my work, which may save some of you some time as well:

SOFTWARES

Acoustics:

Abbreviations for the IPA symbols for Praat

Automatic segmentation of sound files without textgrids (WebMINNI)

VoiceSauce – A program for voice analysis

FAVE

Jo Fruehwald’s workshop materials

LaTex:

LaTeX tutorials for beginners (11 tutorials on youtube)

IPA symbols for LaTeX

Share LaTeX to work on papers with co-authors

R:

Vowels in R by McCloy

Quick R

R Study Group

Vowels in motion code by Jo Fruehwald

Speech Recognition:

Speech Kitchen

ARTICULATORY PHON STUFF

MRI and the IPA

Seeing Speech

PRONUNCIATION

Cardinal and additional vowels

Pink Trombone – play with the vocal tract and see/hear what happens!

DATABASES

Typology:

AusPhon

Nidaba

Sound Comparisons

UPSID

LAPSyD

CLARIN 

Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English

Old and Middle English:

A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English

A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English

Bosworth-Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary

Middle English Dictionary

Modern English:

Appalachian English

Atlas of North American English

English Intonation in the British Isles

Seeing Speech

The Diachronic Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English

The Pacific Northwest/Northern Cities (PN/NC) Corpus

Tweet Mapper

MASSAGING VIDEOS

bamboo massage

HAMMERED DULCIMER

Good intro video series:

 

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