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Re: Variability of natural speech production
The book Speech and Hearing in Communication by Harvey Fletcher contains two
chapters that may be useful to you. They provide acoustic and perceptual
qualities of individual speech sounds, respectively. However, the book does
NOT contain spectral distributions for individual speech sounds.
Chapter 4: Acoustical Speech Powers (contains power of individual speech
Chapter 18: Effects of Distortion on the Individual Speech Sounds (contains
speech sound recognition under high- and low-pass filtering and as a
function of intensity level)
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From: "Nicola Schmitt" <nicola.schmitt@xxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2008 5:55 AM
Subject: Variability of natural speech production
We would like to know more about the acoustic properties of natural
Especialy we are interested in the distribution of spectral levels of
single phonemes, especially /f/, /s/, /sh/, /t/, /d/ /k/, /g/, /p/, /b/ on
two dimensions: voice effort (whispering .. talking .. shouting) and
speaker "clarity" (barely understandable ... clearly understandable).
Long-term spectra are not helping us.
Is any one working on either of this topics? Or knows topic related
Thanks for your answer in advance
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