These properties are explained in the "Companion Documents - History". Each student recording will have information in some
but not all of these fields. Note that additional information is available in the section "Companion Documents - Annotations to
the Database". To perform a search for speech files, enter the key words you wish to use to guide your search into the fields and
press the submit button.
For example, entering "QLD" in the state field will retrieve a list of records for all recordings made in Queensland. (This may
take a while). Entering part of a key will match all fields containing that string, for example, "Mor" in the town field may
find records pertaining to "Moree" and "Morebank".
Associated with each record are several sound files. By clicking on the sound file path name the sound file may be downloaded and played on your host computer using whatever sound playing utility you may have locally.
The Speech database was developed in association with
Electrical and Information Engineering and Research Portfolio University of Sydney.
Implementation by: Keir Vaughan-Taylor (et al)