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Re: speech materials in Indian languages

Hi Monita,

Here are some:

1. There's a multilanguage speech database available from CSLU (http://www.cslu.ogi.edu/corpora/mlts/). There might be some more, so you may want to check the website carefully.

2. TIFR and CEERI had collabrated to make a speech database. They had a paper in ICSLP 2000 "Hindi Speech Database" by Samudravijaya, K. and Rao, P. V. S. and Agrawal, S. S. However, I have no idea how to get hold of this database.

3. You might want to try to get in touch with Prof. Yegnanarayan at IIT Madras. He might be aware of some other sources.

Hope this helps!
Tarun Pruthi
Graduate Research Assistant, ECE
Room 3180, A V Williams Building
University of Maryland, College Park
MD 20742 USA
Email: tpruthi@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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On Tue, 30 May 2006, Monita Chatterjee wrote:

Dear List,

I am interested in obtaining recorded speech materials in various
Indian languages [vowels, consonants, sentences, anything]. I know there
are some databases for Hindi, Tamil, etc. but I don't know where to
look! ..I'd appreciate a few pointers to help me get started.



M Chatterjee, Ph.D.
Asst Professor, Hearing and Speech Sciences
0100 LeFrak Hall
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, MD 20742
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