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phoneme - 15
User: bjb
Date: 3/23/2012 9:38 am
Views: 1698
Rating: 8

Speaker Characteristics:

 

Gender: female;

Age range: adult;

Language: EN;

Pronunciation dialect: Canadian English.

 

Recording Information (don't worry if you can't find some of this information):

 

Microphone make: there is no name on it - whitebox;

Microphone type: desktop mic;

Audio card make: Analog Devices AD1989B;

Audio card type: integrated;

Audio Recording Software: Audacity rel 1.3.12-beta;

O/S: Debian Squeeze.

 

File Info: 

 

File type: FLAC;

Sampling rate: 48kHz;

Sample rate format: 16bit;

Number of channels: 1;

Audio Processing: no.

Copyright (C) 2012  [Brenda J. Butler]
These files are free software; you can redistribute them and/or
modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License
as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3
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MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
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vf15-01 Bill lingered, contemplating his work with artistic appreciation 
vf15-02 What the flaming 
vf15-03 Mrs McFee's jaws brought together with a snap 
vf15-04 Then it is as I said, Womble announced with finality 
vf15-05 With them were Indians, also three other men 
vf15-06 Dennin's hands were released long enough for him to sign the document 
vf15-07 Now Irvine was a man of impulse, a poet 
vf15-08 He was just bursting with joy, joy over what 
vf15-09 At Lake Linderman I had one canoe, very good Peterborough canoe 
vf15-10 Behind him lay the thousand-years-long road across all Siberia and Russia 
vf15-11 He had forgotten to build a fire and thaw out 
vf15-12 I never saw anything like her in my life 
vf15-13 There was no law on the Yukon save what they made for themselves 
vf15-14 Good business man, Curly, O'Brien was saying 
vf15-15 There weren't any missions, and he was the man to know 
vf15-16 And the big Persian knew of his existence before he did of hers 
vf15-17 Once the jews harp began emitting its barbaric rhythms, Michael was helpless 
vf15-18 But we'll just postpone this 
vf15-19 There was the Emma Louisa 
vf15-20 This is my fifth voyage
vf15-21 Gad, do I remember it 
vf15-22 You got out by fighting, and I through a pretty girl 
vf15-23 I can see that knife now 
vf15-24 When I can't see beauty in woman I want to die 
vf15-25 His slim fingers closed like steel about Philip's 
vf15-26 He seized Gregson by the arm and led him to the door 
vf15-27 Hear the Indian dogs wailing down at Churchill 
vf15-28 Burke himself had criticized it because of the smile 
vf15-29 I'd say there was going to be a glorious scrap 
vf15-30 He turned the map to Gregson, pointing with his finger 
vf15-31 His eyes never took themselves for an instant from his companion's face 
vf15-32 Something that Whittemore had not yet said thrilled him 
vf15-33 Lakes and rivers, hundreds of them, thousands of them 
vf15-34 Whitefish, Gregson, whitefish and trout 
vf15-35 They robbed me a few years later 
vf15-36 He chuckled as he pulled out his pipe and began filling it 
vf15-37 Everything was working smoothly, better than I had expected 
vf15-38 I was completely lost in my work 
vf15-39 His slim hands gripped the edges of the table 
vf15-40 He made no reply as he waited for Whittemore to continue

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Re: phoneme - 15
User: kmaclean
Date: 7/19/2012 6:12 pm
Views: 65
Rating: 7

link to processed audio: bjb-20120323.tgz

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