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Re: speech spectra


See: Denis Byrne et al. An international comparison of long-term average speech spectra. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 96, 2108 (1994).


--On Thursday, October 11, 2007 10:34 +0200 Jedrzej Kocinski <jedrzej.kocinski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear List,
I have been looking also anything about speech spectrum, especially
long-term speech spectra for different languages e.g. Germanic (German,
Dutch, Sweedish, Norwegian, Danish, English) , Romance (French, Spanish,
Italian, Portuguees), Slavonic (Polish, Chech, Slovak, Slovene, Russian
), Greek and for different speakers (male/female).
I would be grateful for your help

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