Speech Recording and Analysis Workshop
Thursday 22 April 2010
2 Wakefield Street
London WC1N 1PF
This workshop has been jointly organised by the Institute of Acoustics Speech & Hearing Group and the
UCL Centre for Human Communication.
The workshop is designed to be of interest to speech and language therapists, teachers of the deaf,
educational audiologists and clinical audiologists engaged in habilitation or research.
Intended Learning Outcome: Understand the issues involved in making recordings of sufficiently
high quality to allow the acoustic analysis of speech.
Topics will include:
Fundamentals of making digital speech recordings and storing data.
What you will need to be aware of when making purchasing decisions.
Analysis of speech recordings: spectrography and the measurement of formant frequencies, pitch and voice quality.
The day will include a series of plenary sessions and hands on lab sessions led by experts in the field.
A certificate of attendance will be awarded to participants.
Registration: Registration is now closed
Institute of Acoustics, 77A St Peters Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire ALl 3BN
Tel:01727 848195 Fax:01727 850553 Email:email@example.com Web:www.ioa.org.uk
How to get to Chandler House
|09.00||Registration & Coffee||Room G15|
|10.00||Speech Recording - Patrick Naylor, Imperial College London||Teaching Laboratory|
|11.00||Hands-on session||Teaching Laboratory|
|12.00||Wrap-up & Questions||Teaching Laboratory|
|12.30||Sandwich Lunch (provided)||Room G15|
|13.30||Speech Analysis - Mark Huckvale, University College London||Teaching Laboratory|
|14.30||Hands-on session||Teaching Laboratory|
|15.30||Wrap-up & Questions||Teaching Laboratory|
|16.00||Final Discussion||Teaching Laboratory|