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ralfherzog-20071126-en23
User: ralfherzog
Date: 11/25/2007 9:11 pm
Views: 1556
Rating: 9

Speaker Characteristics:

Gender: male;
Age range: adult;
Pronunciation dialect: General American English.

Recording Information:

Microphone make: Sennheiser PC 131;
Microphone type: noise canceling headset;
Audio card make: Andrea USB adapter;
Audio card type: USB;
Audio Recording Software: Audacity 1.2.6;
O/S: Windows XP Professional.

File Info:

File type: FLAC;
Sampling rate: 48kHz;
Sample rate format: 16bit;
Number of channels: 1;
Audio Processing: no

en23-01 The dictionary contains an entry for each word.
en23-02 I need to talk with you.
en23-03 This is much better.
en23-04 What do you want me to do?
en23-05 I have to take care of myself.
en23-06 She wants the tapes that he made of the conversation.
en23-07 They will find out about that.
en23-08 Is there anything I can do for you?
en23-09 He is heading out of the country.
en23-10 Who have you told about this?
en23-11 And they are based on the network.
en23-12 Are they on a secure line?
en23-13 I really don't think I can do this.
en23-14 That has got to be a reason.
en23-15 I wanted you to know I granted.
en23-16 Logical models which have the same underlying model can be merged.
en23-17 I am going to tell them that you were helping him.
en23-18 They will be treated as word boundaries.
en23-19 I have been trying to reach you.
en23-20 I am doing this for them.
en23-21 Context free phones are skipped in the process.
en23-22 I will protect you.
en23-23 Was that to protect yourself?
en23-24 The configuration variable might be false.
en23-25 They have to see if the corresponding model exists.
en23-26 How do we find her?
en23-27 You have to construct the context dependent name.
en23-28 Each node is linked to the corresponding definition.
en23-29 She will be found.
en23-30 She will get it.
en23-31 He will do what he has to do.
en23-32 Make no mistake about it.
en23-33 Don't tell me it is nothing.
en23-34 What happens now?
en23-35 Why did he leave?
en23-36 I need to speak with you.
en23-37 Call me when you're ready.
en23-38 The chopper won't pick them up.
en23-39 What are you waiting for?
en23-40 What is happening to me?
en23-41 Keep talking to me.
en23-42 He won't be able to transmit messages.
en23-43 Let him try to prove his case.
en23-44 That is a lot of history.
en23-45 By then it will be too late.
en23-46 I haven't seen him yet.
en23-47 I think there is a problem here.
en23-48 He doesn't know how to make it go any faster.
en23-49 This gives me the right to appeal.
en23-50 How did you find out about me?
en23-51 You will do a better job.
en23-52 Stay out of my business.
en23-53 She doesn't know anything about it
en23-54 She has looked everywhere and she can't find it.
en23-55 How will she break through the firewall?
en23-56 How are you doing?
en23-57 He needs medical assistance.
en23-58 There is nowhere left to run.
en23-59 The expansion will be performed.
en23-60 We got there as soon as we could.
en23-61 You have to trust me.
en23-62 I just did what they told me.
en23-63 So what are we going to do?
en23-64 I have told you all that I know.
en23-65 He arrived three hours ago.
en23-66 Do you know where he is?
en23-67 They are coming with the chopper.
en23-68 No expansion of names is performed.
en23-69 Every phone name appears in the list.
en23-70 This is an emergency.
en23-71 You have to get back to work.
en23-72 I don't know what else to do.
en23-73 They will be subject to model expansion.
en23-74 I don't trust you anymore.
en23-75 I need to speak to my father.
en23-76 They would only appear in context independent form.
en23-77 Take a seat on the couch.
en23-78 I will make sure everything is in place.
en23-79 Is he on board with us?
en23-80 I don't know what I was thinking.
en23-81 I am on my way.
en23-82 They have to apply more precise control.
en23-83 He tried to be a friend to you.
en23-84 I need someone to do the right thing.
en23-85 I am going to need your help.
en23-86 They are the only ones who can help you.
en23-87 It is not always about the truth.
en23-88 I am just trying to help you.
en23-89 He wants to talk with you.
en23-90 You have to know how they work.
en23-91 I don't think you should tell him.
en23-92 What are you talking about?
en23-93 I am not going to tell you.
en23-94 This network will have many nodes.
en23-95 This is sufficient for most purposes.
en23-96 Would you like to get dinner?
en23-97 Can I ask you something?
en23-98 I am not that kind of guy.
en23-99 There is something you should know.

Copyright (C) 2007  Ralf Herzog

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--- (Edited on 11/25/2007 9:11 pm [GMT-0600] by ralfherzog) ---

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Notice: many prompts in "English Speech Files" were adapted from the prompt files contained in the CMU_ARCTIC speech synthesis database, which were in turn derived from out-of-copyright texts from Project Gutenberg, by the FestVox project at the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.

Re: ralfherzog-20071126-en23
User: kmaclean
Date: 11/30/2007 7:51 pm
Views: 302
Rating: 11

Hi Ralph,

thanks for the submission,

here is the link to the file in the VoxForge corpus:

[   ] ralfherzog-20071126-en23.tgz 29-Nov-2007 12:41 12.5M

Ken 

 

--- (Edited on 11/30/2007 8:51 pm [GMT-0500] by kmaclean) ---


Notice: many prompts in "English Speech Files" were adapted from the prompt files contained in the CMU_ARCTIC speech synthesis database, which were in turn derived from out-of-copyright texts from Project Gutenberg, by the FestVox project at the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.

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