The first release of the SPADE project OSF data repository is now live and can be accessed at https://osf.io/4jfrm/
In this first release, we make available acoustic measures for sibilants and durations and static formants for vowels, for 39 corpora (~2200 hours of speech analysed from ~8600 speakers), anonymised where required, with information about dataset generation.
SPADE features in the talk Viewing accent variation from a large corpus perspective: Rhoticity in Scottish English at the virtual 28th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference satellite workshop on experimental phonetics and phonology given on 28th December 2020.
The SPADE project presentation Persuading birds of a feather to flock together – reflections on managing and measuring diverse speech corpora in SPADE was given at the Australian Linguistic Society 2020 online conference on 14th December 2020.
The SPADE project talk The SPADE project: Large-scale analysis of a spoken language across space and time was given at the Cornell Linguistics Circle on 3rd December 2020.
The SPADE project article “Toward “English” Phonetics: Variability in the Pre-consonantal Voicing Effect Across English Dialects and Speakers” has been published in Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and can be accessed here.
Try out our prototype SPADE: Speech over time and space Shiny app here: http://18.104.22.168/spade/latest/
SPADE is a feature of the presentation What can corpus phonetics tell us about ‘English’ phonology? given at the ICAME41 pre-conference digital workshop English Corpus Phonetics and Phonology, hosted by the University of Trier, Germany.
SPADE features in the presentation Large-scale acoustic analysis of word-final /r/ in Scottish English, given at the R-atics conference held at the Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie, UMR7018 – CNRS/Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, Paris, 7th-8th November 2019.