A field manual of acoustic phonetics. Baart, J. L G SIL International, Dallas, TX.
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1.- Introduction; 1.1 What is acoustic phonetics?; 1.2 Benefits of acoustic phonetics for linguistic fieldwork; 1.3 Acoustic phonetics and linguistic analysis; 1.4 The problem of interpreting acoustic data; 1.5 Overview of the following chapters; 2.- Speech Waves; 2.1 Sound waves: Time and amplitude; 2.2 Four basic types of speech wave; 2.3 Recognizing major types of speech sounds; 2.4 Determining segment boundaries; 3.- Sound Spectrograms and Spectra; 3.1 Sound spectrograms: Time, frequency, and intensity; 3.2 Basic acoustic properties of speech signals; 3.3 Acoustic features of some speech sounds; 3.4 Further reading; 4.- Voice and Aspiration; 4.1 Studying phonation types; 4.2 Voiced, voiceless, and aspirated plosives; 5.- Prosody; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Fundamental frequency (F0); 5.3 Duration and intensity; 5.4 Analyzing prosody.
@book{baart_field_2010,
	Address = {Dallas, TX},
	Author = {Baart, Joan L G},
	Date = {2010},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-22 20:24:08 +0000},
	Isbn = {978-1-55671-232-6},
	Keywords = {acoustic phonetics, phonetics, textbook},
	Publisher = {SIL International},
	Title = {A field manual of acoustic phonetics},
	Abstract = {1.- Introduction; 1.1 What is acoustic phonetics?; 1.2 Benefits of acoustic phonetics for linguistic fieldwork; 1.3 Acoustic phonetics and linguistic analysis; 1.4 The problem of interpreting acoustic data; 1.5 Overview of the following chapters; 2.- Speech Waves; 2.1 Sound waves: Time and amplitude; 2.2 Four basic types of speech wave; 2.3 Recognizing major types of speech sounds; 2.4 Determining segment boundaries; 3.- Sound Spectrograms and Spectra; 3.1 Sound spectrograms: Time, frequency, and intensity; 3.2 Basic acoustic properties of speech signals; 3.3 Acoustic features of some speech sounds; 3.4 Further reading; 4.- Voice and Aspiration; 4.1 Studying phonation types; 4.2 Voiced, voiceless, and aspirated plosives; 5.- Prosody; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Fundamental frequency (F0); 5.3 Duration and intensity; 5.4 Analyzing prosody.}}
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