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The acoustic character of fricated /t/ in Australian English: a comparison with /s/ and /ʃ/
Australian English /t/ has a fricative realisation in some contexts. The presence of an additional surface fricative in the language raises questions about potential merger and the maintenance of contrasts. An orthographic ...
The DyViS database: style-controlled recordings of 100 homogeneous speakers for forensic phonetic research
The DyViS project (‘Dynamic Variability in Speech: a Forensic Phonetic Study of British English’) at the University of Cambridge has compiled a large-scale database of speech recordings which will be freely available for ...