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phoneme - 26
User: bjb
Date: 2/4/2012 8:53 am
Views: 1772
Rating: 11

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]
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vf26-02 This was when the explosion occurred
vf26-03 Also, at regular intervals, he would mutter
vf26-04 It is a very tenable hypothesis, and will bear looking into
vf26-05 There were orange-green, gold-green, and a copper-green
vf26-06 The Gabriel voice of the Samurai rang out
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vf26-08 The history of our westward-faring race is written in it
vf26-09 And the Eurasian Chinese-Englishman bowed himself away
vf26-10 They were babbling and chattering all together
vf26-11 Too much, he told me, with ominous rolling head
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vf26-13 We are cooking on the coal stove and on the oil burners
vf26-14 The steward has just tendered me a respectful bit of advice
vf26-15 Well, did they eat
vf26-16 Famine had been my great ally
vf26-17 Nowhere in the North is the soil so prolific
vf26-18 They ran the canoe in and climbed the high earth bank
vf26-19 The land exchanged its austere robes for the garb of a smiling wanton
vf26-20 There were stir and bustle, new faces, and fresh facts
vf26-21 And there was Ethel Baird, whom also you must remember
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vf26-26 Some one had thrust a large sheath-knife into his hand
vf26-27 O'Brien emitted a shriek that sank swiftly to a gurgling sob
vf26-28 Sandel would never become a world champion
vf26-29 Also, she wouldn't walk
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vf26-32 They saw each other for the first time in Boston
vf26-33 Isaac Ford, the austere soldier of the Lord, the old hypocrite
vf26-34 Eighteen, he added
vf26-35 His reward should have been peace and repose
vf26-36 He was an amphibian and a mountaineer
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Re: phoneme - 26
User: kmaclean
Date: 7/19/2012 6:22 pm
Views: 126
Rating: 18

link to processed submission: bjb-20120204.tgz

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