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Sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet Audio recordings in Phonetics
Sounds of the IPA. A general introduction to the sounds and symbols of the International Phonetic Alphabet. Available on Tape, CD and interactive CD-ROM.
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Sounds of the IPA in a Clinical Context. An introduction to the sounds and symbols of the IPA described in the context of speech pathology and therapy applications.
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Practical Phonetics audio recordings. Audio recordings suitable for students learning practical phonetics, in CD format. Topics include: cardinal vowels, nonsense word transcription, analytic listening exercises, intonation, and practice for speakers of English as a foreign language.
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Speech corpora for research purposes Publications
UCL Speaker Database is a collection of high-quality recordings of a wide range of speech materials for a set of 45 speakers from a single regional accent group.
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UCL Dysfluency Database is a collection of recordings of dysfluent speech from children between 5 and 18 years collected by the UCL Psychology Department Speech Group.
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EUROM1 Multilingual Corpus is a structured collection of recordings in Danish, Dutch, British English, French, German, Norwegian and Swedish collected as part of the ESPRIT SAM Project.
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Working Papers in Linguistics
Electronic copies of our Working Papers publication are available to download in pdf.
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PSP2005 Proceedings - CD
The ISCA Workshop on Plasticity in Speech Perception
(held 15-17 June 2005 in London) - Proceedings CD available.
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Phonetic symbol fonts
IPA-SAM phonetic symbol fonts may be freely downloaded or ordered on diskette.
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Auditory Training Software
UCL Vowel Trainer Computer software that will train you to recognize southern British  English vowels, which is designed for learners of English as a second  language.
The software runs on both Windows and Macintosh.
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