14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS-14)
San Francisco, CA, USA
The articulatory phonology study requires the simultaneous recording of the speech wave and as many articulatory parameters as possible. To this end, for many years,we have developed the integrated PHONART workstation for speech production analysis with the technologies available at the time. It consisted of a PC-compatible computer-driven workstation designed to record and process acoustic speech signals in relation to the corresponding physiological signals. These signals are obtained from various sources (flow-rate transducers, pressure transducers, position and movement gauges, electrodes, microphones, laryngophones, etc.). The parameters recorded with the PHONART system can be edited and processed with a new version of the PHONEDIT software. It is a signal editor that permits to edit, labelize and analyze various types of physiological signals in relation with the speech signal.
Bibliographic reference. Teston, Bernard / Ghio, Alain / Galindo, Benoît (1999): "A multisensor data acquisition and processing system for speech production investigation", In ICPhS-14, 2251-2254.