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  • Peter Bleackley
    Mar 2, 2011
      staving Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets:
      (re Praat)
      > On 1 March 2011 21:47, Patrick Dunn<pwdunn@...> wrote:
      >
      >> Well, I have a Ph.D., but I only use the simplest features. :)
      >>
      >>
      > Q.E.D. ;) .
      >
      >
      >> Yeah, the learning curve isn't steep: it's vertical.
      >
      >
      > Yes, and the interface doesn't help: terse doesn't even start to describe it
      > (documentation, however, is plentiful, although very technical).
      >
      >
      >> Still, it's head and
      >> shoulders above anything else, at least for writing linguistics papers.
      >>
      >>
      > I completely agree. I just wish the speech synthesizer was easier to use.
      > It's the only one I've ever seen that is language agnostic, but it requires
      > a very advanced knowledge of phonetics for even the simplest syllable.

      Does anyone have any experience of using CMU Sphinx? The research I've
      done suggests that it might be the best thing to use for
      http://code.google.com/p/spoken-language-recognition/
      but I'd like some hints on how to get started.

      Pete
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