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Query Details


Query Subject:   Speech Analysis Software for the Mac
Author:   Rob Pensalfini
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Computational Linguistics

Query:   I am about to buy some speech analysis software for the Mac, and after
speaking to several colleagues and reading past postings on LINGUIST, I had
just about decided on Signalyze. However, a couple of people pointed out
the following problems with Signalyze: clicks when recording, near
impossibility of importing/exporting sound files, can only deal with one
file at a time, maximum about 30 seconds length.

I am wondering whether anyone else out there has had these problems, knows
how to avoid/solve these problems, or could suggest better software.

I want something relatively cheap with which to perform basic
spectrographic analysis. I'll be running it on a Mac with 64MB RAM and a
4GB hard drive. I'll be recording on regular audio cassette so the software
has to be able to digitise this.

Cheers, and thanks in advance,

Rob

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Rob Pensalfini
Lecturer in Linguistics
Department of English
The University of Queensland
Brisbane, Qld 4072
Australia

Telephone: (07) 3365 2245 (office)
(07) 3870 2853 (home)
LL Issue: 10.1563
Date posted: 19-Oct-1999



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