NOISE Responses summary (Andrew Simpson )

Subject: NOISE Responses summary
From:    Andrew Simpson  <andrew(at)PHONETICS.UCL.AC.UK>
Date:    Fri, 16 Feb 1996 12:07:43 +0000

A week or so ago I posted the following query: Does anyone know of any samples of different types of noise (e.g. speech-shaped, babble, cafeteria, traffic) that have been digitised and that could be downloaded via ftp? Thanks to those who replied, here's a summary: Andrew Simpson | Phonetics and Linguistics | Tel. +44 171 380 7777 x5003 University College London | Fax +44 171 383 0752 Wolfson House, 4 Stephenson Way | E-Mail: andrew(at) London NW1 2HE | ==================================================================== bil(at)ccrma.Stanford.EDU (Bill Schottstaedt) Factory noises, and if I remember right a lot of people talking at once. ==================================================================== -- Christophe Couvreur ----------------- couvreur(at) -- Faculte Polytechnique de Mons Ph. +32 65 374042 Rue de Houdain 9, B-7000 Mons (Belgium) FAX +32 65 374500 ------------------- -- Have you tried the SPIB database at Rice? They have different types of noise available by WWW and ftp. Try ==================================================================== From: "Michael E. Deisher" <deisher(at)enws428.EAS.ASU.EDU> You could try The page is still under construction and some functions don't work. You CAN download the noise, though --Mike ==================================================================== From: acoustic(at) Check the Acoustical Society of America home page. I think you can reach it through the american Inst of Ohysics, ====================================================================

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