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phoneme - 22
User: bjb
Date: 1/22/2012 6:26 pm
Views: 1542
Rating: 10

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-beta2-beta;

O/S: Debian Squeeze.

 

File Info: 

 

File type: FLAC;

Sampling rate: 48kHz;

Sample rate format: 16bit;

Number of channels: 1;

Audio Processing: n - except one track truncated to remove excess silence at end of track.

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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These files are distributed in the hope that they will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
vf22-01 And he did hurt my arm
vf22-02 Saxon's onto her job
vf22-03 Only once did I confide the strangeness of it all to another
vf22-04 But this time it was Saxon who rebelled
vf22-05 I was not to cry out in the face of fear
vf22-06 And now put yourself in my place for a moment
vf22-07 The boy threw back his head with pride
vf22-08 Saxon nodded, and the boy frowned
vf22-09 Why not like any railroad station or ferry depot
vf22-10 We could throw stones with our feet
vf22-11 It was put together in a casual, helter-skelter sort of way
vf22-12 These were merely stout sticks an inch or so in diameter
vf22-13 Then it was that a strange thing happened
vf22-14 From the source of light a harsh voice said
vf22-15 But I did not enjoy it long
vf22-16 We were now good friends
vf22-17 Two of the Folk were already up
vf22-18 Now animals do not like mockery
vf22-19 He gave one last snarl and slid from view among the trees
vf22-20 Again the girls applauded, and Mrs Hall cried
vf22-21 Just the same I'd sooner be myself than have book indigestion
vf22-22 Some of the smaller veins had doubtless been ruptured
vf22-23 But we were without this momentum
vf22-24 There was one difficulty, however
vf22-25 The hyena proceeded to dine
vf22-26 The time was considered auspicious
vf22-27 Or have they already devised one
vf22-28 We would not spend another such night
vf22-29 At first his progress was slow and erratic
vf22-30 He placed his paw on one, and its movements were accelerated
vf22-31 The awe of man rushed over him again
vf22-32 The Fire-Men wore animal skins around their waists and across their shoulders
vf22-33 Between him and all domestic animals there must be no hostilities
vf22-34 For a much longer time Lop-Ear and I remained and watched
vf22-35 All right, Sir, replied Jock with great regret
vf22-36 At times I wondered where Sir Archibald got his style
vf22-37 Why should a fellow throw up the sponge after the first round
vf22-38 His hand shot out and clutched Crooked-Leg by the neck
vf22-39 Miss Brodie's smile was slightly sarcastic
vf22-40 Does the old boy often go off at half-cock that way

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Re: phoneme - 22
User: kmaclean
Date: 7/30/2012 8:11 am
Views: 67
Rating: 10

processed audio submission: bjb-20120122.tgz

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