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Re: copyleft speech
Thank you for suggesting audio books. There are lots of audio books
available for free, but most are copyrighted (redistribution prohibited)
or available under a Creative Commons ND license (derivative works
I finally found a very large database of public domain audio books read
by many different speakers:
Note that both the text (taken from the Gutenberg project) and the audio
files are license free!
Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road - LONDON E1 4NS - UNITED KINGDOM
Tel : +44 20 7882 5528 - Fax : +44 20 7882 7997
Ralph Muehleisen wrote:
I don't if they have any speech clips of use to you but a good site for
a variety of sound clips (including a few speech recordings) under the
creative commons license is Freesound.
You may also look for some free audio books. You may find the licenses
acceptable for your use. I have used some readings from a Children's
book for auralizing reverberation.
Assistant Professor, Civil and Architectural Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL 60616